June 24, 2013

June 24, 2013

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Dozer days 2014??

What date is Plattsburg Dozer Days this year 2014??

Cathy Woodward 256 days ago

Dozer Days 2014

Hello Cathy, we are not yet sure of the date for this event. It does occur in June each year. One thing you can do is check the Airbourne Speedway website (www.airborneparkspeedway.com) from to time to see if they have a new date listed. Feel free to check back with us as we get closer to the event. We may know more. Thanks and Happy New Year!

Josh Clement 253 days ago

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