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Lincoln Rotary honors Speedway Motors at 25th annual Salute to Business event

4/19/2017
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"It all started with a phone call between two members of Lincoln’s Downtown Rotary. Twenty-five years later, the Lincoln Rotary Salute to Business is one of the great celebrations in our community. The 2017 Salute to Business recognized Speedway Motors, Speedway Properties and the Speedway Motor Museum for all they’ve done to make Lincoln a great community."

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