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Sumner County Fair Assn. Demolition Derby

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Event# 620-845-2561

Event Details

Annual Demolition Derby. Entry Fee: $40 on day of event

Payout contingent on number of cars.

25 or more cars: $1000, $650, $400, $150, $75

Less than 25 cars: $800, $400, $200, $100, $50

(Heat winners are last two cars running. No payout to Heat winners)

For information call Scott York - 620-845-2561 or 620-845-6557

GATE ADMISSION: gate opens at 5 p.m.

Adults - $8; ages 6-12 - $6; 5 and under free

Adults attending Figure 8 race who paid general admission and return for demo derby and still have their arm band will be admitted for $6; ages 7-12 for $5.

Sumner County Fair Assn. Demolition Derby

Address : Caldwell Rodeo Grounds, 818 W Central Caldwell KS
Phone : 620-845-2561   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : caldwell@kanokla.net

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Admission Fee : admission fee

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