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RALLYrecap


122 vendors serve rally-goers By Deb Lower #9927


IT WAS A WARM RALLY. THANKS go out to the 122 companies who brought a wide variety of products to Salt Lake City to display and offer for sale to the rally attendees at the Crossroads of the West Rally. Indoor exhibitors had space in


three buildings, and the outdoor exhibitors were located around the indoor exhibitor buildings and along the perimeter of the camping area. We had fantastic support with


onsite exhibitor registration from Miranda Sanders, Theresia Shearers and Peggy Gar- rison. They spent two days making sure the Commercial Exhibitors had everything in order before being directed to their exhibit space. They handed out over 400 exhibitor wristbands and during set-up, Bruce Sand- ers and Indianapolis BMW Club members Wayne Garrison, Tom and Kurt helped secure buildings. During set-up and as the exhibitors opened for sales, we had support from Paul


Wilson of the Colorado Springs BMW Club. He worked with us to respond to exhibitor questions and issues. Thanks to Greg, Brian and Pat for pro-


viding us the opportunity to work with the Commercial Exhibitors. Our volunteer effort was supported by MOA staff who kept the online exhibitor list updated and continually made improvements in the commercial exhibitor registration process.


Rally registration a success


By Karolina Francis #193671 REGISTRATION WAS


A GREAT


success this year thanks to our amaz- ing volunteers and the enthusiasm of our rally attendees. Registration is the first point of for rally-goers, and it was


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important to make the registration process as quick, efficient and pleas- ant as possible. Many riders were tired and hot after a long ride, and all they wanted was to get out of their riding gear, park the bike, set up tent and get a cold drink with their friends. Thanks to registration vol- unteers, we were able to make a great first impression. Our first shift was from noon to 4


p.m. on Wednesday when Registra- tion team opened for all rally work- ers and committee chairs and co-chairs, and we registered nearly 1,000 members during this first shift Registration opened Thursday


morning at 8 a.m. and closed Satur- day afternoon at 3 p.m., and during that time, we ran three shifts per day of up to 30 volunteers.


88 BMW OWNERS NEWS October 2017 Thank you to everyone who committed


their time to work with us. It was a privi- lege to be working with everyone there to make another rally a success. I personally want to thank everyone who made my daughter Ella’s first rally experience a great one. Many of you may remember the crazy 12-year-old girl with the stickers all over her body. She had an awesome time and has become a rally rat for life, already look- ing forward to the 2018 rally in Des Moines,


Iowa. Thank you to Registration team mem-


bers Gretchen Crane, Mark Austin, Marty Sackman and Roger Trendowski. Special thanks to Ted Moyer and his crew from BMW MOA for your amazing help. We will be opening the Registration vol-


unteer website for the 2018 Rally and send- ing invitations and reminders next spring. We hope to see you all in Iowa!


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