Budweiser Dairyland Pull in June
Tomah expects 75,000 spectators over the weekend of June 23-26, to watch the Budweiser Super National Pull, which features the top drivers from across the nation, Canada and Europe.
Drivers will compete for a purse of over $200,000 in cash and awards. Shows are Thursday at 7:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.and Sunday at noon. Four full days of pulling on two tracks, the 'Heaviest Motorsport on Earth' looks to be another record year.
The Tomah pull continues to be rated as one of the best pulls in the nation. Tickets are available at O'Reilly Auto Parts or on line attomahtractorpull.com.
'Fan Appreciation Day' is on Thursday, June 23 at 7 p.m. Fans can bring any receipt from Kwik Trip or Gordy's Market to a ticket booth and receive $5 off their ticket.
Friday morning at 9 a.m. will start with a Full Pullers Kids Klub open to children age 14 and under. This event is sponsored by Renk Seed and WCOW Radio. Free tee shirts, lunch, beverages and driver autographs make this event fun for adults and children alike. Up to three children ages 14 and under can attend the 11 a.m. show free with a paid adult. In 2015 over 450 children participated in this event.
Friday evening is the annual 'Salute To The Military' motorcycle parade sponsored by Al Muth Harley-Davidson. The preshow activities will begin at 5 p.m. with over 200 motorcycles in the parade. As a tribute to the military, active and retired military personnel and their families will receive admission for the price of $15 to either show on Friday with a military ID. The reduced price represents a savings of $7 per ticket.
If anyone is interested in participating in the motorcycle parade , contact the Monroe County Ag Society office at 608-372-2081.
Saturday night at 5 is the salute to the 'American Farmer' featuring Wisconsin state FFA officers, local FFA members and advisers. The salute is sponsored by Sleepy Hollow automobile dealership.
Admission is free to the grounds. All weekend, fans can enjoy the arts and crafts booths and a flea market.