To be available Saturday at Quaker State 400
FRANKFORT, Ky. (June 25) — Kentucky Proud foods will be available at the Kentucky Speedway beginning Saturday with the Quaker State 400, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer announced. All the foods are grown, raised or produced in Kentucky.
“Our partnership with the Kentucky Speedway will bring Kentucky Proud to a wider audience when the eyes of the auto racing world turn to Kentucky this weekend,” Comer said. “At the same time, it will generate new income for participating Kentucky Proud farms and businesses.”
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is working to source meats, cheeses, and other Kentucky Proud foods for the rest of the Speedway season, said Ben Shaffar, director of business development for the KDA’s marketing office.
The Quaker State 400, returning to Sparta for the fourth time, will be broadcast nationally on TNT.