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The Nineties (NASCAR Attraction) #575957

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 30, 1990
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(Charlotte, North Carolina: Kenley Jones) Changing base of spectators for sport of stock car racing featured; scenes shown from accident in race at Daytona Beach, Florida. [Charlotte Motor Speedway president H.A. "Humpy" WHEELER - talks about female race fans.] [Three WOMEN - comment.] [Heinz marketing manager Barbara BEHRMAN - says racing is terrific market for products purchased by women.] [WOMAN - comments.] Opening of new movie, "Days of Thunder", that is expected to give the sport a new boost in popularity noted; film scenes shown. [NASCAR vice president Jim FOSTER - says film will open the sport to new fans.]

Jones, Kenley;
Williams, Mary Alice

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