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    MTBR Booth Sea Otter - Volunteers?

    Hi All,

    Once again, it's that time of year for us to make our plea to the MTBR community, for help running our booth at the Sea Otter!

    The Sea Otter is running Thursday April 15 - Sunday April 18. We can use help Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

    Preferred shifts each day are 2 hours and run:

    8am-10am
    10am-12noon
    12noon-2pm
    2pm-4pm

    Please email me at: gregg@mtbr.com
    if you'd like to sign up and help! Email me with the subject line: MTBR Booth Duty and let me know when you'd be able to help (even if it's not for a full 2 hours, or if you run in between time, that's okay, too).

    If anyone will be around on Thursday, I'll take the help then, too, but Fri-Sun are the really busy days, with help on Sunday being extra important.

    Here's some pics of past booth duty/raffle managers Rut and Zonic. Having a loud voice and being able to raise your swag filled hands is all it takes, and these two MORE than qualify!

    Thank you,

    -gregg


    Get your SWAG here!

    Booth volunteers will score some sweet swag, included a pair of MTBR Socks!

    a sample of booth swag

    Here's a close-up of the cool Park BO-1 tool!
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    Sure, and I won't even take the swag. All I would need is a round trip ticket! If you can get me that....

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    I am like, so there (nm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by screampint
    Sure, and I won't even take the swag. All I would need is a round trip ticket! If you can get me that....
    Count me in as well.
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    As long as I can have cebedo's badge for lunch.

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    can i just come by and see if you need help?

    i'm going up with someone and i'm not really sure what the plans are

    i can probably help sometime saturday and sunday morning

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    In like a dirty shirt.

    I'm in for both days...but I'll shoot you an email...
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    I just signed Johnny Freeride up!

    Won't he be surprised!

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    what if your not one of the "cool" people?

    Quote Originally Posted by gregg
    Hi All,

    Once again, it's that time of year for us to make our plea to the MTBR community, for help running our booth at the Sea Otter!

    The Sea Otter is running Thursday April 15 - Sunday April 18. We can use help Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

    Preferred shifts each day are 2 hours and run:

    8am-10am
    10am-12noon
    12noon-2pm
    2pm-4pm

    Please email me at: gregg@mtbr.com
    if you'd like to sign up and help! Email me with the subject line: MTBR Booth Duty and let me know when you'd be able to help (even if it's not for a full 2 hours, or if you run in between time, that's okay, too).

    If anyone will be around on Thursday, I'll take the help then, too, but Fri-Sun are the really busy days, with help on Sunday being extra important.

    Here's some pics of past booth duty/raffle managers Rut and Zonic. Having a loud voice and being able to raise your swag filled hands is all it takes, and these two MORE than qualify!

    Thank you,

    -gregg


    Get your SWAG here!

    Booth volunteers will score some sweet swag, included a pair of MTBR Socks!

    a sample of booth swag

    Here's a close-up of the cool Park BO-1 tool!

    can you still volunteer? that Zonic Man looks so damn cool, so fit, and so hip I dont want to embarrass myself

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    can i volenteer from new mexico ?


    wish i could be there i want soo bad to see more racing up close and personal ...
    there are rumours of racing in new mexico but i can't find any schedules and lbs guys no nothing either ...
    too bad ...
    maybe next year i might be able to make it out to a few out of state functions ...
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    MTBR BOOTH Duty

    Count me in I can do thursday afternoon or friday morning , and i swear I'not win the the bike rack this time and make you deliver it to my camp site
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shwaa
    can you still volunteer? that Zonic Man looks so damn cool, so fit, and so hip I dont want to embarrass myself
    Your want of feeling that you don't fit in and are not one of the cool kids stems from your lack of self esteem.

    I suggest you rapidly seek counseling so you can make it to sea otter and come on a bike ride with many of us, and/or hang out.

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    If MTBR covers the trip expenses from outside continental US count me in.

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    I'd LOVE to help!!!!

    ...will you fly me out there to do it? =) Long drive from NY!!!
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    sure, we'll just send the ConsumerREVIEW corporate lear-jet and 1 or 2 of our 100 employees to pick ya' up!!

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    Hey Aussie Bob! Great Pic! Okay, I've got you down, just stop on by.

    -g

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    Gosh! Thanks! And can you stock it with ice cream?

    In all seriousness, if I were in the area I would love to. It could have been a possibility, but they keep moving the dates closer and closer to the FFTF. Anyway, if you can ever manage an MTBR contingent to FFTF maybe we could work out some kind of swag trade.

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    But who's going to man YOUR booth?


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    Oh man!

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    Sounds like fun, can I bring MiniMe

    I'd probably be up for a shift. It would go over real well with the Mrs if I brought my 3 1/2 year old son with me. He can sling swag randomly while standing on the table or from my shoulders.
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    Me and my friend will work a shift. But were only 16 if that makes a difference.

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    Ah, my adoring fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonic Man
    Ah, my adoring fans.
    That's what happens when you are cool, hip, and fit. At least that's what the other guy said.

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    I can work a shift.

    Shoot me an email Gregg.

    I'll be getting in Thursday PM.

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    Cool, I'll get your number from Forrest, and give you a call.

    -g

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