Construction continues at “The Creek”
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April 13, 2012

SPRING VALLEY, Minn. -- Construction began earlier this week on the new decks and Fan Zone located at the south end of the grandstands going into turn 1.

The project consists of eight decks total, six of which are privately rented out like the existing decks and two that will become the new Fan Zone.

This exciting addition will elevate fans over 20 feet in the air, giving them an amazing view of not only the on-track events but the entire facility including off-track activities in the tech and team pit areas.

Fan Zone tickets can be purchased at the ticket window on the day of the event and will be sold as an upgrade to your existing ticket.

Limited seating is available, so interested fans are urged to get there early.

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