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AEM Puts up a $100 Holeshot Award at the Ironman

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Amateur Exposed Magazine is offering a $100 ATV holeshot award at the Ironman GNCC race for the Woman's class. You read that right ladies!

Show up, fire it up and get to that line first! Get your entry fee and fuel back in the first ten seconds of the race!

Good Luck!

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