Tuesday, March 29, 2016


Reiser & Kenseth Cars unveiled at Auto Museum

The Prunty Anderson's Pure Maple Syrup #42 
will be proudly displayed this Saturday, 
April 2, 2016, from 10am - 2pm
at The Wisconsin Auto Museum in Hartford, 
along with other area Drivers Race Cars...

At the unveiling of the new display of NASCAR cars,
donated by Robbie Reiser and Matt Kenseth, to the SE Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame and Wisconsin Auto Museum.

The first car is a Reiser Enterprises NASCAR Bush Chevrolet, 
built by John & Robbie and represents Matt's very first NASCAR Win at Rockingham.

The second car is a Roush Ford Winston Cup Car, that represents the last race, that Matt and Robbie were together as Driver and Crew Chief at Roush.

Both cars will be prominently displayed on a four post lift, within the Hall of Fame Display at the Museum.

Area Race Tracks will have flyers and schedules available for anyone attending.

Food & Beverages will be provided and many of our area drivers and crew members are expected to be on hand, as well as some of the Hall of Fame Inductees.

Please join us and be sure to spread the word!

Admission only $5
Wisconsin Auto Museum
147 Rural Street. 
Hartford, WI. 53027