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Promotor of Monster Truck show in Billings offers free tickets for federal employees

Posted at 11:09 AM, Jan 31, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-17 14:50:17-04

BILLINGS – The No Limits Monster Truck and Thrill Show wants to help federal employees affected by the recent government shutdown.

Ed Beckley, president of Checkered Flag Promotions, said federal employees will be given a free ticket to the show with every ticket purchased, according to a press release issued Thursday.

“The shutdown was hard on people and families,” said Beckley. “Our event is all about families and having fun. I want to give them a way to stretch their dollars and have a blast at the show.”

Purchases can be made at the MetraPark Box Office by showing a Federal Employee ID Card.

The Feb. 16 show features an all-star line up including Bigfoot, Ghost Ryder, Unnamed Untamed, Girl Power, Rat Attack, Project Back-Flip, plus a Monster Ride Truck.

The Bad Boys of Professional Wrestling are joining the show for the first time ever.

There’s also Tuff Truck races featuring local drivers, a Kid’s Zone with balloon artist, and Kid’s Power Wheel Races.

“We’ve packed a lot of action into one night,” said Beckley. “We want everyone, especially those federal employees, to be able to come.”

Rimrock Auto Arena hosts The No Limits Monster Truck and Thrill Show Feb. 16 at 7 p.m.