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Seventeen 301


The 2008 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 was the seventeenth race of the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, and was run on June 29 of that year at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, located in Loudon, New Hampshire. This was the first race under the new ownership of Speedway Motorsports, Inc. after purchasing the track from Bob Bahre in the autumn of 2007.




Seventeen 301



Televised coverage was handled by TNT starting at 12:30 PM US EDT, and radio being handled in their swan song at this facility by MRN starting at 1:15 PM US EDT and simulcast via Sirius Satellite Radio. Starting with the fall race, SMI-owned Performance Racing Network will carry the events at this track, as this was a result of a compromise on who had radio rights for the 2008 events (save for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race in September, as MRN holds all rights to that series.) This race also was planned to be the first year of an additional lap on the 1.058 miles (1.703 km) track, as suggested by race sponsor Lenox Industrial Tools that says that their employees "go the extra mile" for their customers. However, due to a severe thunderstorm that bore down on the region, the race was stopped with seventeen laps to go.


There were seven cautions in all, including one that involved an incident between points leader Kyle Busch and Juan Pablo Montoya after the yellow flag waved. Montoya broadsided Kyle Busch just after crossing the start-finish line in what turned out to be the last of several confrontations in the race between the two, and following the race, Montoya was penalized two laps for aggressive driving. A rainstorm shortened the race seventeen laps shy of the scheduled distance, and thanks to pit strategy and fuel mileage, Kurt Busch won the race, while Michael Waltrip had his best finish since winning the fall race at Talladega Superspeedway in 2003, and J. J. Yeley finished third.


As set forth in the Annex, the exclusions are reflected in seventeen 10-digit HTSUS subheadings, which cover 33 separate exclusion requests, and 61 specially prepared product descriptions, which cover 70 separate exclusion requests. These exclusions will apply from September 24, 2018 to August 7,2020.


For seventeen years, Gaston worked as a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse (NICU), and has been a pediatric primary care Advance Practice Nurse (APN) since 2007. She is especially passionate about asthma education and childhood obesity. Gaston is a native of Haiti, and speaks English, French and Creole.


Aaida Oakley has thirty years of extensive experience in commercial real estate, having owned a real estate brokerage company for seventeen of those years. She is an award recipient for twenty years of service as a senior member of the Ottawa Real Estate Board. Aaida has sold a multitude of investment properties during her career including retail plazas, apartment complexes and industrial warehouses. She possesses a diverse background in property management and retail leasing and has consulted as a Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch, following her Securities certification in 1998. 041b061a72


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