Once again this year, Georgian Downs will be packing up a tour bus with 56 lucky race patrons and heading down to Delaware, Ohio for the renowned Little Brown Jug
The four-day trip will commence on September 20 and will leave from Georgian Downs with a pick-up at Mohawk Racetrack. Tickets for the trip are almost sold out.
Sports Illustrated once declared that “the biggest cocktail party in the state of Ohio is at the Delaware County Fairgrounds on Jug day.” The First Turn Hospitality Pavilion on-site truly offers guests the VIP experience. All members of the Georgian Downs Jug Trip will have full access to this exclusive area, which will feature a complimentary full-service bar, all-day gourmet buffet, wagering and the best view of the races that the track has to offer.
Ticket purchase for the Little Brown Jug trip includes:
- Luxury coach transportation from Ontario to Delaware, Ohio and back
- three nights' (September 20, 21, 22) premier-suite accommodations at the Sheraton Columbus, Ohio (double occupancy)
- Transportation to and from the Delaware County track for the Jugette on Wednesday and the Jug on Thursday
- VIP treatment at the track’s renowned First Turn Hospitality Pavilion
Seats on the Georgian Downs Little Brown Jug Trip have been filling up extremely quickly since they went on sale in August. Only a minimal number of tickets are still available and will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis. Please make reservations as soon as possible should you wish to be included, as the mid-September departure date is rapidly approaching.
The ticket price is $750 CAD (taxes and U.S. exchange included) based on double occupancy. Single occupancy rates are available upon request. Pick-up for the Little Brown Jug Trip is also available from Mohawk Racetrack where the coach will be arriving at approximately 1:30 p.m. on September 20. Canadian citizens with a valid passport that are 21 years of age or older may attend. Don’t miss your opportunity to be one of the lucky few that get to experience the unparalleled excitement of the standardbred pacers live at the Little Brown Jug 2011.