‘It’s the Daytona 500 as far as racing for us,’ Dairyland Super National Truck and Tractor Pull returns to Tomah
Three day event brins about $
TOMAH, Wis. (WKBT) – The Dairyland Super National Truck and Tractor pull is underway in Monroe County.
The three-day event brings in competitors from around the country.
It also brings in about $15 million to the local economy.
After taking last year off because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is plenty of excitement for the return of the event.
“Presale is up substantially. The camping ground is just about full. We’re squeezing them in now,” said Julie Zerbo, Dairyland Super National’s marketing and advertising manager .
Drivers will be compete in 27 classes during five sessions.
With competitors coming from across the U.S., the weekend is a reason to get revved up.
“It’s the Daytona 500 as far as racing for us,” said unlimited modified champion Joe Eder. “Tomah is just one of the awesome pulls that we all start out with. It’s just the best of the best competitors will be here.”
Action continues through Saturday.
Details are available here.
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