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For those in attendance today.

Post by Outsydlooknin75 » Sat Sep 19, 2009 8:08 pm

THANK YOU ALL for working with us and putting up with the parking and having to hump it in and down the muddy road.

I am a volunteer and volunteered to help the guys out ... I didnt realize that I was going to be doing parking and traffic duty today. And it was nice to see that everyone understood the parking situation as was willing to work with everyone on it.

For those that came in after about 1:30 or so you probably didnt see me in the horns. But I had em and was sporting them until I switched out for the pimp hat.

Im horrible with names guys but those that came up and said hello ... Ill remember it one day LOL.
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Post by MicroGuy » Sat Sep 19, 2009 9:06 pm

I'm glad I got there early, that's for sure.

But I think everybody got caught with their pants down, not expecting that many people. It was a LOT more than last year. But.... I did predict exponential growth.

I liked it, the tents really made a difference. I don't know when they planned them, but they really helped out this time.
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Post by Wilder » Sat Sep 19, 2009 9:46 pm

MicroGuy wrote:I'm glad I got there early, that's for sure.

But I think everybody got caught with their pants down, not expecting that many people. It was a LOT more than last year. But.... I did predict exponential growth.

I liked it, the tents really made a difference. I don't know when they planned them, but they really helped out this time.
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Post by boogyman » Sat Sep 19, 2009 9:48 pm

All the staff..... Yall did a great job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you very much!!!!
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Post by Slingblade » Sat Sep 19, 2009 9:50 pm

Nice to meet you Outsyd, all the people that worked to help out with parking and set-up...Thank You all!! The circus tents were a blessing and a huge WTG for the foresight to have them.

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Post by JasonAAC » Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:37 am

huge thanks to all the volunteers- AND all the people that turned up in spite of the weather. The turnout was incredible.
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Post by noiseless » Mon Sep 21, 2009 5:25 am

AWESOME time!
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Post by st33ve0 » Mon Sep 21, 2009 8:47 am

I would like to say to everyone there it was nice meeting some of you again and some for the first time and some I'm sorry I missed. I wish I could have had more time to talk to a lot of you. I ended up shooting less than 100 rounds out of my new can and probably 120 rounds through an AR with my friends and that was it. I ended up running around too much and helping to run a table didn't help much.

Stan thanks yet again for letting us play with your awesome AR/M4-2k combo and I really like the new lower :wink:

To anyone else I met at the event but didn't talk to for very long I'm sorry I didn't get to socialize anywhere near as much as I wanted to, I wish we had an extra day to get it all accomplished!

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Re: For those in attendance today.

Post by delta9mda » Mon Sep 21, 2009 2:12 pm

Outsydlooknin75 wrote:THANK YOU ALL for working with us and putting up with the parking and having to hump it in and down the muddy road.

I am a volunteer and volunteered to help the guys out ... I didnt realize that I was going to be doing parking and traffic duty today. And it was nice to see that everyone understood the parking situation as was willing to work with everyone on it.

For those that came in after about 1:30 or so you probably didnt see me in the horns. But I had em and was sporting them until I switched out for the pimp hat.

Im horrible with names guys but those that came up and said hello ... Ill remember it one day LOL.
rode in the big white truck with you down/ up the road, good talking with you. love the hat. see you next year.

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Post by 1_ar_newbie » Mon Sep 21, 2009 4:10 pm

Glad you guys came out. :D

Can't wait till next year!
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