Rockingham Speedway will partner with the United Service Organization of North Carolina to continue the "Send a Soldier to The Rock" promotion for the second consecutive year.
The program gives race fans the ability to purchase race tickets that will be distributed to the N.C. United Service Organization to servicemen and women.
The track will host the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 on April 14.
"Supporting our men and women in uniform is something that I am passionate about," Rockingham Speedway President Andy Hillenburg said. "They sacrifice so much for our freedom and 'Send a Soldier to The Rock' is a small way for the speedway and fans to show our appreciation."
The program's $25 tickets are available by clicking here, or by calling (910)-205-8800.
Rockingham Speedway opened in 1965 and has hosted races in all three of NASCAR's national series. The first Trucks Series race at The ROck was last year's Good Sam Roadside Assistance 250, won by Kasey Kahne.
This year's race is on a Sunday, the day after the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series' first night race of the season.
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