Circle Bell Motorsports Announces Race Headquarters for the Upcoming AMA Pro Sacramento Mile
NEWS April 29, 2013
Courtesy of Circle Bell Motorsports:
Circle Bell Motorsports is pleased to announce that they have once again signed an agreement with the Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center (formerly the Woodlake) to serve as Race Headquarters for the upcoming AMA Pro Sacramento Mile, July 27th at the Cal Expo Fairgrounds.
Conveniently located at 500 Leisure Lane, just minutes from Cal Expo, the State Capitol and Old Sacramento, the Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center is offering riders and fans who make their reservations before 5pm on July 11th a special room rate of $74 for a double room, $89 for a triple room and $99 for a Quad. Pets are welcome for a fee of $15 per stay.
Featuring 306 first class guest rooms and spacious free parking, the Red Lion Hotel amenities include free High-Speed Internet access, 37” HD Flat screen televisions, cable TV with Pay-Per View movies, in-room coffee makers and a complimentary breakfast.
“We are really pleased to be able to secure our Sacramento Mile riders and fans this special rate,” says Bob Bellino, president of Circle Bell Motorsports. “The Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center is an outstanding property and it is a pleasure to be able to work with them again this year.”
In addition to their comfortable rooms and outstanding service, the Red Lion Hotel’s Lakeside Bar and Grill offers excellent Mediterranean and California Fresh cuisine and a full bar for your pleasure. In the evening be sure and check out their unique “lakefront” nightspot, Crocodiles, with the latest in high-tech visual and sound equipment. Or join the crowd and enjoy the warm summer evenings while enjoying your favorite drink on the new Palm Terrace just adjacent to Crocodiles.
Make your reservations today by calling 916-922-2020, through their toll free number at 1-800-RED LION (1-800-733-5466) or by going to www.redlion.com and be sure and mention AMA The Sacramento Mile to get the special race rate.
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