Put me on the list.
Put me on the list.
Bikeless for now...but not forever!
"If you can't fix it with a hammer, it's electrical." -somebody's dad
I volunteered at the Beer Tent in 2005, and the Beer Tent and Awards/Tallies in 2006.
I can say that volunteering was one of the most enjoyable aspects of both rallies, and I'll do it again!
Marin County, CA
Some bikes. Some with motors, some without.
In, now as to what, I am not sure
It isn't what you ride, it is if you ride
Talk is cheap. (okay so am I ). WI will be my first rally and I just emailed to volunteer and leave my contact information. I will have good mustard in hand and a job to do.
Pass the mustard and UP THE REVOLUTION!
I nominate you to take my place.Originally Posted by KBasa
I will start tonight by testing beer.....and making recomendations this may be tough
Hmmmmm, Mark. You may have found your "committee niche."Originally Posted by marK11LT
Sue Rihn #43753
BMW MOA Director - Ambassador
Sometimes it's the bend in the road that makes life worth the ride.
And Gene, thanks for your help. Especially since you worked as the stock man, the one that hauls the beer from the truck to the serving area. Your service was greatly appreciated.Originally Posted by merrittgene
BMW MOA Ambassador
Enjoy the travel photos at: klasjm.smugmug.com
The prior message from "Beer Team" was really from me. Santa was using my laptop on Sunday evening after the rally, and I didn't notice that I was not logged on as me until the post appeared. I'm still the Bullit and Thanks again, Gene.
tb from somewhere in Maine on the way to Trenton,
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Tom "Bullit" Buttars
BMW MOA Treasurer, Ambassador
1978 R100RS, 2006 F650GS, 2007 F800S
Thanks, Tom. I want to pass thanks on to Bryant Cameron, who was quick to approach me at the start of the shift and offer to help fill the coolers. Hopefully, we can when we meet again.Originally Posted by bullit7801
I am in.
I worked in college as a waiter and bartender, and I can pour with the best of them.
Please do not put me in the transmission repair tent.
"What is beautiful is simple, and what is simple always works"....Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK-47.
Current Bike: '73 R75/5 "Center yourself in the vertizontal. Ride a motorcycle...namaste' "
I'll gladly volunteer again. I'll be happy to help out with getting Internet access happening.
--Joe Merlino - Modified '82 R100RT
Diann and I worked a shift in the registration tent on Friday and Saturday, and had a good time. If we go to the 2007 Rally, we'll volunteer again...Rod.