FatFrank is the man for coming early and helping pitch the tent. When it comes to food
is always there. He just loves breakfast and coffee at the deli.
may not be the eater he used to be but I tell you oner thing is is no slouch. He used to live in CA and moved down here a few years ago. He did not have any susi at all for several years. Then last month we went to an "all you can eat" Susi restaurant. Not only did he eat his complementary t-bone steak but he had over eight fill piled high plates of susi and all the fixings. Wasabi is not his best friend but he eats it none the less. As he does he sounds like a
Anyways, you should have seen the expression on the face of the waiter and he repeatedly ventured out and returned with more susi. It was an expression of total despair and disbelief. I guess thy did not make a profit that night!
Not only did Joanne do a great job at the registration booth She made all the copies, prepared the goodie bags and checked the punch list twice so that we had all the tools we needed. Great job!!!
Thank you Tom for coming bye and pitching in and taking over the coloring of the plaques from
does not have the eyesight he used to have and really needed your help. Every bit counts and your help insured that we ran smoothly...
I really think the hand made photo plaques that Jeff "CougarDoc" and his Son created were excellent and a nice unique touch. Many thanks to Jeff for his hard work and excellent skills.
Go Jeff & Son!!
An added cudo goes to Jeff
for waking up and making the show. Unlike
(who has no excuse
) He worked until 1:00 am the nigh before and drove all the way from Wilksboro just to make sure the pictures were printed. My camera works with his printer so it can be the back-up just in case we have many cars next year and he needs to work late...
Jeff informed me that he is is working on a new design for the show next spring. Plus he added that he has some ideas for the Best of Show trophy. I told him we are interested.
Gotta had it to the 6 Judges we had this year. They visited each car three times and made sure that the job was done quickly and effortlessly. We had the staff to easily handle 100 cars if we needed to...
Lets not forget Little Fred, the one who did all the hard work at the end and put together the plaques, tallied the scores and did the announcing.
I will have to do a better job advertising next year.