Congratulations to our GC Stubborn Bull and RGC Jacked Up, and to all those that walked.. Even if you didnt get a walk, as long as you had a good time, and picked up a thing or 2, it was a success.
There were some major players behind the scenes that helped make this happen that I'l like to thank publicly.
Kyle did a lot of the leg work i couldnt get out to do and was with me around the clock for the past few months. Theres a huge amount of small things that need attention in the weeks leading up to an event this large and in the short amount of time we had to do it, he was key.
Motoeric as always got us some awesome prizes for the raffle and gets word out to the media. Skip and Westex get items for the infrastructure.. and as usual grim reapers were on hand to help get the site setup.
WillieB ran our vending site to help raise money for the John Theissen Childrens Foundation with Matt of Jacked Up backing us up as well as supplying a xanax to save sleds life. One of the most important jobs went to Tom Duval and Boogiesnap who took care of the food and service of our V.I.P tent. We lost some of our sponsors from previous years but picked up some major players this year. Boogiesnap kept our food flowing, did some demos for our sponsors and made them feel like a V.I.P. Tom ensured that the tent was presentable, kept the general public out so the sponsors had some place to relax, made sure the beer taps were full and working and coolers never ran dry. Keeping our sponsors happy and engaged will be key to the event next year(August 2-3) and they did great..
and my kids who work their asses off all weekend lugging ice, trash and tending to anything that needs attention, and of course to the teams and judgesthat come down to make it happen.
Theres alot that goes into this event and I thank everyone that helped and hope i didn't forget anyone.
and now that its over i dont know what to do with myself.... think im going to disneyworld.
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CBJ with a Fuzzy Blue Hat, 18 Foot Competition Trailer, Customized Klose BYC, Custom Klose built MoAB (M
anderas) passed on to Big Dog, 1 Double Barreled Lang 84, 1 Heavily Modified Bionic Bandera, 1 Custom Super Medium Stickburning
Spicewine w/stoker, 1 XL BGE, 1 Mini BGE,
1 Pit Barrel Cooker
, 3 WSMs, 3 Weber Kettles, an NB Hondo, A Modified Brinkman Horizontal, DCS 48" Grill, a Broilmaster P3, a covered, pellet pooping FEC100, and our duck died. :(
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Smoke on KC.