Circuit of The Americas offers Gatti’s Grand Prizza deal for MotoGP
April 01, 2013
Circuit of The Americas has announced a family friendly package offered on Saturday, April 20, during the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas.
The Gatti’s “Grand Prizza” Deal is a $99 ticket package that includes two (2) Saturday-only tickets and one (1) Saturday-only parking pass for
MotoGP. It also includes two (2) personal Gatti’s pizzas and two (2) 21 oz. fountain drinks, redeemable from the Gatti’s concession stands located in the main grandstand, Turn 1 and the Grand Plaza.
“This is the perfect package for families and couples looking for an affordable day at the Circuit,” said Circuit Chief Marketing and Revenue Officer Geoff Moore. “MotoGP is a thrilling, one-of-a-kind motorsports event that fans of any age can enjoy. As the Official Pizza of Circuit of The Americas, we look forward to partnering with Gatti’s Pizza to offer this affordable deal to fans at the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas.”
The ticket package can be purchased at www.circuitoftheamericas.com/moto-gp using the password “GATTIS.” Tickets purchased through this offer will only be valid on Saturday, April 20, and the vouchers included in the package may be redeemed for the specified food and beverages on site but cannot be redeemed for cash.
Founded in 1964 in Stephenville, Texas, Gatti’s Pizza now has over 140 locations nationwide. Some Gatti's Pizza locations are branded under the GattiTown and GattiLand names which contain a dedicated gaming and attraction-based midway. Originally named Mr. Gatti’s, the restaurant was rebranded as Gatti’s Pizza in 2007 and continues to uphold its reputation for consistency and all-natural ingredients.
Riders participate in the March 14 MotoGP test session at The Circuit of the Americas.
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