Atlanta area NASCAR and racing fans, here’s an opportunity you will not want to miss: Chase Elliott, driver of the No. 24 NAPA AUTO PARTS Chevrolet SS in 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup competition, will meet fans and sign autographs at the Grand Reopening of the NAPA Atlanta Main Counter in Norcross on Saturday, February 6th.
The event celebrates the complete interior redesign of the Norcross retail store, home to the largest inventory of auto parts in Georgia.
Elliott, who hails from nearby Dawsonville, makes the stop just ahead of the first race of his rookie Sprint Cup season – the legendary Daytona 500 – and after two spectacular seasons competing in NASCAR Xfinity Series racing, where he earned the 2014 championship.
The Chase Elliott autograph session is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Throughout the day, Elliott’s No. 24 NAPA AUTO PARTS Chevrolet SS will be on display. Alongside it will be the NAPA AUTO PARTS Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car piloted by Ron Capps in NHRA Mello Yello Series drag racing.
Beyond the motorsports attractions, the Grand Reopening event includes family-friendly activities like a ride-on train, bounce house, face painting and petting zoo. Free food and drinks for all begin at 10 a.m.
Do-it-yourselfers and pros alike can tour the NAPA Rock-N-Roll Tool Trailer and take advantage of our largest-ever tool sale. Get a special low price on the equipment you need, or score a fantastic deal on a tool from our scratch-and-dent inventory.
In a few short weeks, Chase Elliott will be immersed in his rookie Sprint Cup season. Before he makes the leap, visit him at our NAPA Atlanta Main Counter Grand Reopening and join us in wishing him a fantastic 2016 season driving the iconic No. 24.
Offers available for one day only – February 6th, 2016 at Peachtree Industrial Blvd. location. While supplies last. No rainchecks. Strict purchase limits apply. Offers are not available on commercial accounts.
Nick Palermo is a freelance automotive writer and NAPA Know How blogger. Since becoming an auto news and reviews contributor at AutoTrader.com in 2011, he has broadened his coverage of the automotive industry to include topics like new car technology, antiques and classics, DIY maintenance and repair, industry news and motorsports. A committed advocate for automotive media professionals, Nick is a member of the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association.