BRISTOL, Tenn. - A holiday tradition is in full swing. The Bristol Motor Speedway's 'Speedway in Lights' is almost to the halfway mark and so far there has been a steady flow of traffic.
Ben Trout with Bristol Motor Speedway tells us they've had a lot of people already come to see the lights, as well as the ice skating rink and Chill Hill.
Trout tells us many families have made this a yearly tradition.
He wants to remind everyone the money they pay to see the lights goes to help the Speedway Children's Charities, which gives back to children in the Tri-Cities. "At the same time know and realize that you know what you paid to come through for the lights is going to go a long way in helping our area's charitable agencies," says Trout.
Speedway in Lights will be open until January 4 from 6 until 10 p.m. nightly.
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