Louisville, KY (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Doug Dearen, the lifelong Kentucky Derby enthusiast and owner of Derbybox.com, is pleased to announce that he has released a free report that contains all the Kentucky Derby secrets visitors should know before they plan their stay.
The Kentucky Derby, known as “the greatest two minutes in sports,” attracts people from all around the world to witness the best of American horse racing, and in just one weekend the population of the city of Louisville nearly doubles, which is why people need to prepare well for their visit to the track. Doug Dearen’s free guide provides insider secrets telling racing fans how they can make the most of their experience at the Kentucky Derby and avoid some of the common pitfalls that may otherwise interfere with a pleasant stay.
Doug Dearen is in a unique position to offer insider advice to anyone from out of town, as he grew up just miles from the track and has attended every Kentucky Derby since 1981. Dearen takes pride and satisfaction in ensuring that everyone who comes to watch the race has a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The insider derby secrets Dearen reveals include instructions on how to find the best parking; VIP routes and ways to easily access the track; suggestions on how to move between sections of the stadium; restaurant recommendations and reservations; tips for saving money throughout the weekend; and ways to rub elbows and meet with derby trainers, jockeys and owners in VIP sections like the Paddock and Winner’s Circle.
Anyone considering making the trip to one of the most exciting events in all of sports is encouraged to visit Derbybox.com (http://derbybox.com/Kentucky-Derby-Packages.htm) to learn more about the many options for tickets, accommodations, dining, entertainment and more. Derbybox.com is the only travel and tourism company dedicated exclusively to helping people make the most out of their experience at the Kentucky Derby.
“Get ready to take in the entertaining Hat Parade, partake in a traditional Mint Julep beverage, mingle with the celebrities of Millionaire's Row, gather in the Infield to exercise the first rites of spring and take part in the long standing tradition of the singing of My Old Kentucky Home,” an article from the Derbybox.com website noted.