Undeck the Hall at NASCAR Hall of Fame

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The gift-giving season is not over for NASCAR fans.

On Tuesday, fans were permitted to take a gift off one of the many decorated trees at the eighth annual Undeck the Hall tradition at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

The gifts include autographed souvenirs, die-cast cars and race tickets. NASCAR tickets were the first to go.

Doors opened Tuesday at 10 a.m., but fans started lining up outside the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Monday night.

The event was free with paid admission to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

Winston Kelley, executive director for NASCAR, said the Undeck the Hall event is the company's Christmas present to its fans.

"We just love our fans. We love our members," Kelley said.

"(They can get) Some really great seats that they wouldn't easily be able to buy on the internet," Kelley said.

The Hall of Fame stayed open until all the gifts were gone.

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