Meet and Greet Treats at Monster Jam World Finals for K&N & Monster Truck Fans
Ten thousand pound monster trucks are what dreams are made of for kids,
especially kids who like to color. Grave Digger may be one of the most popular
monster trucks but there were no nightmares for kids who won K&N Engineering’s
Coloring Contest at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.
Four very excited fans won an exclusive meet and greet with drivers of
the Monster Jam World Finals.
Top L Nicole Krascell, Top R Joey Bustillos, Lower L Jacob Mock, Lower R Kylie
K&N Coloring Contest at Monster Jam World Finals
Finished drawings on display at K&N Booth
More K&N Coloring Contest Entries
Joey Bustillo, 11, Jacob Mock, 7, Kylie Lopiano, 5 and Nicole Krascell colored
lined drawings of monster trucks into their own winners circle. “Ms. Krascell
was one of three contestants in the 12 and over category,” said K&N Marketing
Services Manager Brett Kinsfather. “All three who entered in that age group were
20 and over. Everybody gets a chance to win with K&N.”
There were more than 80 entries at the K&N Truck and Trailer Display. “The
winners kept their pictures to get them autographed by the drivers,” said K&N
Race Event and Trailer Specialist Tony Yorkman. “They were very appreciative of
getting one on one time with their favorite monster truck drivers.”
“The Monster Jam events are about family,” said Kinsfather. “K&N wanted to offer
something for the kids.” The next K&N Coloring Contest will be at Talladega
Superspeedway in Alabama. There will be at least ten more throughout the year.
Also check out the Monster Trucks video.
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