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September 14, 2014 (Louisville, KY)
Lagrange, Kentucky, Next Stop on the Road to Belterra

The points battles for the Howes Lube BOB Series Championship is getting really close in the Hot Farm with a battle between the Wives Competition and the Case of Chaos.  See who comes out on top this Saturday in Lagrange.

The points battles for the Howes Lube BOB Series Championship is getting really close in the Hot Farm with a battle between the Wives Competition and the Case of Chaos. See who comes out on top this Saturday in Lagrange.

As the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Series (BOB Series) heads into the final events for 2014, Lagrange, Kentucky will be a pressure point for many of the top drivers, in their quest for a championship. “2014 is the Road to Belterra, as our annual awards banquet will take place at Belterra, and that is where our Howes Lube/BOB Series champions will be crowned,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “A lot of things can happen between now and Elizabethtown, so every driver will be focused in gaining as many points as possible.”

The points battles in some classes may already be set, but in Hot Farm it is a battle between Lamary and Levi Thomas, and their ‘Wives Competition’ and Lagrange native, Allen Powell and his ‘Case of Chaos’. The pull in Shepherdsville gave an even larger lead to the Thomas team, as they won the event, and Allen Powell went out of bounds, so you can bet Powell will have his game on when he hits the track in Lagrange this Saturday.”

The pull in Lagrange will take place this Saturday at the Oldham County Fairgrounds in Lagrange, at 7:30pm. Classes to run include Hot Farm Tractors, 11,000 and 13,000 Farm Stock Tractors, Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Work Stock Diesel Trucks and Pro Street Diesel Trucks.

For more information on this event, or the Battle of the Bluegrass, please go to their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com. This event is sponsored by Howes Lube, Bubba-burger, MoonPie, Belterra Casino Resort, Brownings Country Ham, Faygo Soda, Rip It Energy Fuel and River City Truck Parts.


September 5, 2014 (Louisville, KY)
Bullitt County Tourism Welcomes the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass To Shepherdsville on Saturday, September 13

The Pro Street Diesel Truck Class (2.6) is really heating up with defending Howes Lube/BOB Series Champion, Clint Corwin, who gained points against current points leader Matt Sparkman.  See how the Battle of the Bluegrass plays out as both drivers will be in competition this Saturday in Shepherdsville!

The Pro Street Diesel Truck Class (2.6) is really heating up with defending Howes Lube/BOB Series Champion, Clint Corwin, who gained points against current points leader Matt Sparkman. See how the Battle of the Bluegrass plays out as both drivers will be in competition this Saturday in Shepherdsville!

As seen on NBC Sports, the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series (BOB Series) makes its annual stop at one of the most popular events in the entire season, Saturday, September 13 at the Bullitt County Fairgrounds in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. “The pull in Shepherdsville, Kentucky is always a favorite for the fans and pullers. The location is great for everyone, just off I-65, and the fans are known for cheering on their favorites and staying to the end,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “Shepherdsville has the fastest track in the state, with drivers getting a free ride at the takeoff, as the track is slightly slopped downhill. If you have never been to a pull, this is the event to come too, as eight of the top classes in the Howes Lube/BOB Series will be in competition on September 13.”

The Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series is now seen regularly on NBC Sports. “NBC Sports has picked up the Series, so fans can come out and meet nationally known pulling stars that are seen in over 85 million households. Such top pullers as “The Brothers Keeper”, “Dil-A-Gaf”, “Just Wastin’ Time”, “Case of Chaos”, along with the winningest puller of all, Jerry Sipes. Also the Semis will be there, which is always a crowd favorite in Shepherdsville.”

The Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Series has several major food and beverage companies that they work with, many of which will have their foods available at the concession stands. “Where else can you go and eat a Bubba-burger, a Brownings Country Ham sandwich, a MoonPie and wash it all down with a Faygo soda! Plus you get that great smell of diesel smoke to go with it, and all the diesel smoke you want, you can take home with you!”


September 4, 2014 (Louisville, KY)
Last Big Event for Northern Kentucky This Saturday in Williamstown, KY.

Lindsey Moore and his Old Rags Agco Allis, picked up their first event ever in the Light Limited Super Stock Tractor class this past Saturday in Carlisle, KY.  See if they can make it two in row this Saturday, September 6 in Williamstown, KY.

Lindsey Moore and his Old Rags Agco Allis, picked up their first event ever in the Light Limited Super Stock Tractor class this past Saturday in Carlisle, KY. See if they can make it two in row this Saturday, September 6 in Williamstown, KY.

As the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Series (BOB Series) enters it’s fall season, the last major event of the year in Northern Kentucky will take place this Saturday, September 6, at the Grant County Fairgrounds in Williamstown, KY. “Northern Kentucky has a ton of pulling fans, so the fans and the drivers will get one more chance to battle it out in Williamstown this weekend,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “This is going to be a huge event, so make plans to be there!”

The pull in Williamstown this Saturday, will feature six classes, all competing for points to see who will become the 2014 Howes Lube/BOB Series champions in their class. “The points battles are getting close in some classes, as everyone of our pullers is making their way down the road to Belterra, as Belterra is where the champions will be crowned at the Annual Awards Banquet. Be sure to come out to Williamstown and see how your favorite pullers do in the quest for a championship.”

The Pull in Williamstown will start at 7pm EST this Saturday at the Grant County Fairgrounds. Classes to run include Pro Street Semis, Work Stock Diesel Trucks, Pro Street Diesel Trucks, Light Limited Super Stock Tractors, Pro Farm Tractors and Outlaw Super Stock Tractors.

For more information on this event, or the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series, please go to their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com. The Howes Lube/BOB Series is sponsored by Howes Lube, MoonPie, Bubba-burger, River City Truck Parts, Faygo Soda, Rip It Energy Fuel, Brownings County Ham and Belterra Casino Resort.


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