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Cornfield 500 Is This Weekend

6 to 10 thousand people are expected at the event.
It's a tradition that grows bigger and bigger every year. The Cornfield 500 is in its 14th year and this year is huge. 6 to 10 thousand people are expected at the event that features mud truck, stock car racing, mud bogging, motorcycle stunts, jumps, music and good times.
   That's a big grow from the first year when 800 people came to the event.
  Blair Miller and his wife Sabrina put on the event every year. This year, Justin and Kim Pepitone, the couple from the Travel Channel's Mud People will be at the event driving their "mud trucks".
The Cornfield 500 is held in Columbus, about 6 miles east of Corry. The event runs through Sunday with fireworks ending the event Sunday night.
Cost is $20.00 for Adults, $15.00 for seniors and children 10 and under and kids 4 and under are free.
you can go to cornfield500.com for more information
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