Meet NASCAR Driver Greg Biffle at Auto Glass
Week this September
April 17, 2013
Famed NASCAR driver Greg Biffle, driver of the #16 3M Ford Fusion,
will be making a special guest appearance at Auto Glass Week
on Wednesday, September 18th to kick-off the competitions at the
Tampa Bay Convention Center.
The well-known driver, brought to you by 3M, will meet attendees
and sign autographs on site.
Biffle, originally from Vancouver, Wash., went to Roush Fenway
Racing from the short tracks of the Northwest and quickly made a
name for himself when he took the 1998 Rookie of the Year Award
in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
He went on to win the truck series championship two years later
and captured the Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year honor in 2001.
In 2002, Biffle became the first driver to win both the Craftsman
Truck and Nationwide Series Championships. He accomplished a lifelong
goal in 2003 at Daytona with his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
victory. In 2004, Biffle added two more wins to his Cup record but
nothing would compare to the 2005 season when he ran away with five
wins in the first 15 races. Biffle added one more victory at Homestead
to become the winningest driver of the 2005 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.
Biffle recently placed in the top ten in Martinsville, Va., and
finished fourth at Texas Motor Speedway, both in early April 2013.
In addition to Biffle's appearance, sponsored by 3M, Auto Glass
Week will feature educational seminars, an exhibition area with
suppliers, the eighth annual GlasWeld Windshield Repair Olympics
in Honor of Walt Gorman and the eighth annual NordGlass Auto Glass
Auto Glass Week is the largest international event dedicated solely
to the auto glass industry. Registration and competition details
are available online at www.autoglassweek.com.
Early bird registration ends May 31st to attend and the deadline
to compete is July 8th.
Contact event management at 540/720-5584 or email@example.com
for more information.
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