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RPM Raceway gives failed driving test-takers the drive to try again in honor of National Failure Day


Fri, Aug 10th 2018 05:00 pm
One free race to guests to retake their driving test on Aug. 15
No one likes to fail, but from failure brings the opportunity to learn, commit to the goal and ideally succeed. To recognize National Failure Day on Wednesday, Aug. 15, and provide those who have experienced failure with the tools and motivation to try again, RPM Raceway, America's all-electric indoor karting and entertainment destination, announced it will offer one free race to guests who failed their driving test as incentive to prepare for their next attempt.
Many successful people - from Kendall Jenner to Zayn Malik - missed the mark on their first driving test, but gave it another go and persevered. To follow in their footsteps, drivers who did not pass the road test of their driving exam and are within the waiting period of retaking it, are encouraged to get back behind the wheel and visit RPM Raceway on Wednesday to receive one free race at any of the six RPM Raceway locations, including the Walden Galleria in Cheektowaga.
To take advantage of the extra practice time, guests must present a valid rescheduling card that falls within their state's waiting period so they can retake their test with confidence.
"Failing your driving test can feel like the worst thing in the world and can only be fixed by practicing for the next chance," said Karen Davis-Farage, president and co-owner RPM Raceway. "We wanted to give those drivers who has recently had to deal with that failure a way to improve their skills and turn National Failure Day into a success. And when they pass, we welcome them to visit RPM Raceway again as they graduate to race against other licensed drivers to prove they're the best of the best."
Offer valid one day only on Aug. 15. Limit one free race per customer. Not valid with other coupons or discounts. For more information, visit RPMRaceway.com.

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