Celebrate the kick off of racing season at Grand Del Mar’s Club M

Join race enthusiasts, fashionistas, and socialites in kicking off the 2012 Del Mar Track Season, the most celebrated summer sensation of San Diego.

The “Turf Meets Surf”-themed kick off party will be held at Club M on Friday, July 13, inside the Grand Del Mar Resort. Club M will create a classy A-list feel of the races starting with a Happy Hour at 4 p.m. and continuing with a live DJ and entertainment into the night.

Secure your spot with a pre-sale ticket before July 6, or $20 general admission ticket after the 6th from www.TicketDerby.com/event/2012-Del-Mar-Tra-id-8344. For more information visit http://www.facebook.com/events/295884207175286/

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