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July 28, 2014 (Louisville, KY)
Lots of Pulling Action This Weekend for the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Series

Clint Corwin returns to his winnings ways, as his Dodge has recently won two hooks back to back.  Will he be able to make it three or four in row?  Find out this week, as Clint will be pulling in Nashville, Indiana and Mt. Sterling in the Pro Street Diesel Truck class

Clint Corwin returns to his winnings ways, as his Dodge has recently won two hooks back to back. Will he be able to make it three or four in row? Find out this week, as Clint will be pulling in Nashville, Indiana and Mt. Sterling in the Pro Street Diesel Truck class

The Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series (BOB Series) is gearing up for another action packed weekend, as the BOB Series will be hosting four pulls in two days. “Fans this weekend will get to choose which events best suits their pulling needs, as most every class will be pulling somewhere this weekend,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “We are in the heart of county fair time, and fans can enjoy some great fairs to go along with some superb pulling.”

The pulls will kick off this Friday in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky as the Howes Lube Series returns to the Montgomery County Fair in Mt. Sterling on Friday and Saturday, August 1 and 2nd. “The best advice we can give anyone coming to Mt. Sterling is too get there early, as the fans really pack this place,” commented McConnell. “Bring a lawn chair and come out and enjoy one of the best fairs in the state.”

Also on Friday, August 1st, the Howes Lube/BOB Series will be venturing back across the river to Nashville, Indiana. “Our fans in Indiana have really grown this year, and we look for a big crowd in Nashville, Indiana.” To close out the weekend, the Howes Lube/BOB Series will be at the Grant County Fair in Williamstown, Kentucky. “Williamstown is always a favorite stop and fair crowd always fills the stands.”

For a complete listing of classes and information about the Howes Lube/BOB Series, please visit their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com The Howes Lube/BOB Series is sponsored by Howes Lubricator, Bubba-burger, MoonPie, River City Truck Parts, Farm Boy/Farm Girl Brand, Faygo Soda, Rip It Energy Fuel, Limestone Branch Distillery, and Brownings Country Ham


July 20, 2014 (Louisville, KY)
Bragging Rights: Who will Win Brandenburg and Owensboro This Week?

Brad Powell took his first ever Howes Lube/BOB Series win in Madison, IN last Friday, picking up an extra $500 by winning the bounty on Jerry Sipes, complitments of Innovative Machine, then this past Saturday saw Brad’s Father Kenny Powell take his first Howes Lube win in Independence, while his uncle Allen Powell took his fourth win in Hot Farm, also in Indepenence, KY.

Brad Powell took his first ever Howes Lube/BOB Series win in Madison, IN last Friday, picking up an extra $500 by winning the bounty on Jerry Sipes, complitments of Innovative Machine, then this past Saturday saw Brad’s Father Kenny Powell take his first Howes Lube win in Independence, while his uncle Allen Powell took his fourth win in Hot Farm, also in Indepenence, KY.

As the Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series (BOB Series) continues through its season, two major events will take place this week, at two of the most renowned pulling facilities in the United States. “The next two events are all about bragging rights. Every puller wants to put on their resume that they won in Brandenburg and Owensboro, so this week will determine who gets those bragging rights,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “Both facilities are known for having what many say are the best tracks in America and the crowds are among the largest anywhere.”

The pull in Brandenburg, Kentucky will take place this Tuesday, July 22 at the Meade County Fair, starting at 7pm EST. The Brandenburg pull will feature a special commentator, Bob Bob DomineDomine, formerly of WAVE TV 3(NBC) out of Louisville. “Bob has never been to a pull, but I have been on his show several times talking about pulling, and he has really gotten interested in not just the action on the track, but with the culture about the sport,” commented McConnell. “This will be a real treat to announce this event with one of the great sports broadcasters.”

The pull in Owensboro will take place on July 25 and 26 at the Daviess County Fairgrounds, just outside of Philpot, KY. “This event has a long history of pulling, and it is the only event where the Howes Lube/BOB Series utilizes a two track system, that results in an endless stream of pulling action,” commented McConnell. “The track conditions require a lot of horsepower, and many pullers say that the Owensboro track is the fastest that they have ever pulled on.” Additionally, the pull on Saturday night will be filmed for several NBC Sports broadcasts, which will air later this year.

For a complete listing of classes, please go to their website at www.bluegrasspulling.com. The Howes Lube/BOB Series is sponsored by Howes Lubricator, Bubba-burger, MoonPie, Faygo Soda, Rip It Energy Fuel, River City Truck Parts, Farm Boy/Farm Girl Brand, Brownings Country Ham and Limestone Branch Distillery.


 

July 16, 2014 (Louisville, KY.)
Two Days of Pulling Action This Weekend in Independence, Kentucky

Hometown favorite and 2012 Howes Lube/BOB Series Pro Farm Champion, Gary Spegal will see if he can live up to being the Man, the Myth and the Legend this weekend in Independence, KY.  There is a $500 bonus going to the Pro Farm Tractor that has the longest combinded distance for both days,  This is in honor of the late Dexter Lafollette, a Kenton County Fairboard Member and tractor puller

Hometown favorite and 2012 Howes Lube/BOB Series Pro Farm Champion, Gary Spegal will see if he can live up to being the Man, the Myth and the Legend this weekend in Independence, KY. There is a $500 bonus going to the Pro Farm Tractor that has the longest combinded distance for both days, This is in honor of the late Dexter Lafollette, a Kenton County Fairboard Member and tractor puller

The Howes Lube/Battle of the Bluegrass returns to Kentucky this weekend, this Friday and Saturday, July 18 and 19, at the Kenton County Fair in Independence, KY. “The Kenton County Fair is one of the larger events that the BOB Series sanctions, as the pits get full and fans fill the hill side to catch all the pulling action,” said BOB Series CEO Tom McConnell. “The track is a very aggressive clay and horsepower is always needed in Independence.”

Kenton County and the surrounding area is home to many of the top pullers in the Howes Lube/BOB Series. “Pullers like Gary Spegal, Aaron Lafollette, Justin Lafollette, Kyle Ruby, AJ and Ryan Fulks, Brent and Ethan Moore, and many more will be in action trying to claim a victory close to home. A victory in Independence gives the winner some really good bragging rights at future events, as it takes a good vehicle and an even better driver to chalk up a win in Kenton County.”
The pull in Independence, KY will take place this Friday and Saturday, with most of the classes that the BOB Series sanctions will be in action. For a complete listing of classes each night, please click here.

For more information on 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 Lubricator, Bubba-burger, MoonPie, Faygo Soda, Rip It Energy Fuel, Brownings Country Ham, Farm Boy/Farm Girl Brand and River City Truck Parts.

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7/14 Franklin, IN
7/15 Franklin, IN
7/18 Independence, KY
7/19 Independence, KY
7/22 Brandenburg, KY
7/25 Owensboro, KY
7/26 Owensboro, KY
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