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Don't forget tonight the fun kicks off at seven! Nascar Live with Eli Gold. 1-800-2Nascar is the number to dial for the fun! ...
Don't forget tonight the fun kicks off at seven! Nascar Live with Eli Gold. 1-800-2Nascar is the number to dial for the fun! ...
It's hard to think but it's ALMOST Thanksgiving!! I am just beyond pumped to think about the good eating that is ahead! It's ...
It's hard to think but it's ALMOST Thanksgiving!! I am just beyond pumped to think about the good eating that is ahead! It's ...
Wow what a GREATweekend that was!! Really enjoyed working for Alan all last week then this weekend had the chance to be in th...
Wow what a GREATweekend that was!! Really enjoyed working for Alan all last week then this weekend had the chance to be in th...
WOWwhat a great weekend it was at the Martinsville Speedway! Thanks to everyone who came out for the fun! Had the chance to s...
WOWwhat a great weekend it was at the Martinsville Speedway! Thanks to everyone who came out for the fun! Had the chance to s...
So I'm pretty pumped about tonight! It's going to be a BLAST!!! Don't forget Nascar Live with Eli Gold hits the air at seven....
So I'm pretty pumped about tonight! It's going to be a BLAST!!! Don't forget Nascar Live with Eli Gold hits the air at seven....
Be sure you are tuned in tonight right after Nascar Live with Eli Gold! It happen's at 8:50 if you are 21 or older! Your chan...
Be sure you are tuned in tonight right after Nascar Live with Eli Gold! It happen's at 8:50 if you are 21 or older! Your chan...
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