Henry will award 180 Edition rifles to drivers and fans at an upcoming NASCAR race.
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NASCAR drivers will compete for, besides the cash prize of course, Henry rifles at an upcoming race. Henry will award a 180 Edition Golden Boy .22 lever-action rifle to the pole winner. The race winner takes home a Henry 180 Edition Big Boy .44 Magnum.

Henry 180 Edition Gold Boy, Big Boy Rifles Up for Grabs

Henry only made two of each of the 180 Edition rifles. Fans attending the race will be able to enter a drawing at the Henry Repeating Arms display trailer. A grand prize and runner-up winner will take home the rifles not headed to victory lane.

“Everyone has had a tough year so far as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, so we’re chomping at the bit to get back to Road America with the fans and make a lot of noise at the Henry 180,” said Anthony Imperato, President and Owner, Henry Repeating Arms. “The great state of Wisconsin is home to both Road America and our largest manufacturing facility in Rice Lake, so we’re looking forward to getting our employees out to the track and cheering on Briscoe who has had an incredible season so far.”

Henry will also offer free general admission to the race for the first 360 military veterans, medical workers and first responders. Fans should pre-register a Henry’s website (HenryUSA.com/thankyou). All Wisconsin military veterans and first responders, directly involved in the response to COVID-19, qualify for free admission.

The Henry 180 NASCAR XFinity Series race airs on NBC Sports Saturday, August 8, at 12 PM. For more information, visit henryusa.com.

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