Get Married In 15 Seconds During a NASCAR Race: Here’s How
Busch Light is granting a unique opportunity to two fortunate race enthusiasts, offering them an exclusive NASCAR wedding experience right on the track in Las Vegas.
In a bid to speed up a potential couple’s marriage vows, Busch Light is skipping the lengthy traditional ceremony and racing straight to the reception festivities. The chosen wedding venue will be the iconic Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Called the “Pit Stop Wedding,” this event is scheduled to coincide with Kevin Harvick’s pit stop during the South Point 400 NASCAR Cup Series playoff race on October 15. Notably, Busch Light highlighted that Harvick was married in Las Vegas in 2001.
A 15 second pit-stop wedding
Within the span of under 15 seconds, the couple with a love for racing will exchange their vows trackside, right beside the pit box of the No. 4 car. As a unique witness to this rapid matrimonial event, a crowd of 80,000 fellow NASCAR aficionados will be in attendance.
For a chance to secure the “Pit Stop Wedding,” aspiring couples must meet the minimum age requirement of 21 years. Couples can participate by tagging @Buschbeer on social media platforms. Also, couples should explain why they deserve this exceptional ceremony, utilizing the hashtags #BuschPitstopWedding and #Contest.
“We know Busch Light fans love NASCAR just as much as they love having Busch Light at their weddings, so we couldn’t resist merging these passions to give our fans an experience they’ll never forget,” said Krystyn Stowe, Head of Marketing for Busch Family & Natural Family at Anheuser-Busch.
Busch Light loves weddings
In 2022, Busch Light joined forces with David’s Bridal, unveiling a camo-themed wedding dress inspired by their unique camo cans. Now, they’re taking another step by giving a couple this opportunity at the NASCAR track. This act honors Harvick’s last NASCAR race in what some call the wedding capital, Las Vegas.