Pub’s Drive Thru Bottle Exchange 50 is back for the second year.
(DARTMOUTH, NS) May 2nd, 2018 The MJS Holdings/Prime Lift Limited East Coast Mini Stock Tour will
be heading back to Speedway 660 on Saturday, September 1st for the second season in a row. Another
constant for 2018 will be the presenting partner for the event, Pub’s Drive Thru Bottle Exchange.
The MJS Holdings/Prime Lift Limited East Coast Mini Stock Tour is proud to announce the return of the
Pub’s Drive Thru Bottle Exchange 50 during Speedweekend 2018. Fans and drivers are still buzzing about
last year’s race that was reminiscent of a Daytona 500. The race included two and three wide racing, a
spirited battle between rookie Darren Flemming (Belnan, NS) and Dave Matthews (Upper Nine Mile
River, NS) that led to a strategic last lap pass, by Matthews, for the win and even a car on its roof. The
Pub’s Drive Thru Bottle Exchange 50 will be the final race in the New Brunswick leg of the tour and will
also be the penultimate event of the eight-race 2018 season. Pub’s Drive Thru Bottle Exchange is a huge
supporter of motorsports at Speedway 660 and around the Maritimes and The MJS Holdings/Prime Lift
Limited East Coast Mini Stock Tour is very excited to partnering with them again for the second year.
For more information on the MJS Holdings/Prime Lift Limited East Coast Mini Stock Tour, please visit
EastCoastMiniStockTour.com or “like” the series on Facebook at @EastCoastMiniStockTour
About Prime Lift Limited:
Prime Lift operates as a division of Prime Material Handling Equipment and the exclusive distributor for
Rotary automotive lift sales, installation, inspection, parts and service in Atlantic Canada. From the day
you decide to go Rotary, from selecting the right automotive lift, installation method, thorough safety
inspections and servicing – Prime Lift is dedicated to continuously deliver more value and keep our
customers safe! Visit them online at Prime-Lift.com
About the East Coast Mini Stock Tour:
The East Coast Mini Stock Tour was formed in December 2016 to give Mini Stock racing in the Maritime
Provinces a unified home. Featuring four-cylinder Honda models, the series will host events at various oval race tracks throughout Atlantic Canada in their inaugural season. For complete information on the