Wording for Race Car Party Invitations

by Hannah Rice Myers

Racing is a great American past time, from the world of NASCAR to the hundreds of dirt tracks around the country. Race car invitations don't have to apply to children only -- they can be a fun way for adults to invite their friends and family over for a soiree as well.

The Sponsor Theme

Sponsors are an essential part of any racer's success, and you can invite your guests to be your sponsor. "A rising star is emerging in the late model division, and is currently looking for sponsors to make his career a success. Come watch (your name) at (name and address of speedway) on (the date of the party) to close the deal. Racing begins at (the time of the party). Buy your tickets ahead of time by calling (your number)."

The Sprint Car Theme

Sprint cars are a fan favorite, with the infamous "World of Outlaws" racing organization. They are fast, furious and exciting. Your invitation may read, "(Your name) from the "World of Outlaws" is making a special appearance at (name and address of speedway) on (date and time of party). Don't miss out on your chance to watch this racing legend, as he tears up the track in the number (age of person celebrating birthday). Experience the thrills and chills only sprint car racing can provide. Call (your number) to reserve your seat for this special, one-time event."

Looking for Pit Crew Member

"(Your name), driver for (last name) racing team, needs a new pit crew member and needs it fast. Tryouts are being held on (date and time of party) at (address of party). Don't miss out on your opportunity to join one of the most successful racing teams in NASCAR history. Call (your number) to reserve your spot."

The Green Flag

"Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! Race over to (your address) on (date and time of party) to feel the excitement as the green flag drops. For advance ticket reservation, call (your number). This is one event you don't want to miss and is an event you won't see for another year. One hour prior to race time, (your name) will be autographing his (birthday year) championship photograph. Don't miss out on your chance for what is sure to be a collector's item."

About the Author

Based in Jamestown, Pa., Hannah Rice Myers has more than 10 years of experience as a freelance writer, specializing in the health industry. Many of her articles have appeared in newspapers, as well as "Curing Epilepsy: Hope Through Research." Rice Myers received her master's degree in nursing from Upstate Medical University in 2001.

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