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Old 04-28-2012, 06:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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DamnLocals 4x4 Club M-Day Bash

Memorial Day Bash with the DamnLocals
Come Join us for our Event more info at www.damnlocals4x4.com
We have a Charity Raffle Saturday evening and lookn for Donation to help with the raffle if anyone would like to Help. We do packets for attendee's and we be happy to put pens or business cards in each one if you would like to help with our raffle. You can email me at clayne@damnlocals4x4.com or give me call or txt 931 581 1104. Thanks, Coy






The Pre-Registration prices for this year’s event are as follows:
$55.00 per rig…includes (1) one event T-shirt, dash plaque, 4 meals for driver
and 4 meals for one additional rider
$20.00 …………each additional person over 12 years of age (includes 4 meals
per person)
$15.00………….for each additional t-shirt S-L ($18 XL-XXL & $12 Youth)
Please include Shirt size on Registration!
To register, please contact
Coy: clayne@damnlocals4x4.com

Pre-Registration Deadline is May 20, 2011. After this date, the price will be $75.00 per rig (to include same as pre-registration package).

Our gates will open at noon on Friday, May 25th. We will be offering several trail rides with varying levels of difficulty for both Saturday and Sunday. Our trail bosses will try to even out the number of rigs per group. We want everyone to have a good time.

We will also provide FREE primitive camping facilities at the fairgrounds like last year. If camping is not your thing, we have several motels located about 10 miles from the fairgrounds in Monteagle. We will be happy to provide you with a number to contact them at.

We hope you are ready for a good time on and off the trail. A few of our activities include games for the kids, RC rock crawl competition, Adult obstacle courses and much, much more. We are bringing back the RAFFLE again this year. All proceeds of the raffle will benefit the Grundy County Special Olympics Team.

The Club will be serving Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday night is Fajita Night and Sunday, spaghetti is on the menu.

Pre-Registration is important so that we can offer you the best of everything for the Holiday. We will only be able to accommodate 60 rigs. And as you know, it’s first come- first serve. And because you chose to spend your Holiday weekend with us last year, we are offering you first dibs on a spot this year. Don’t let it pass you by……. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!!!
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Old 04-29-2012, 04:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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These guys put on a great event. They will make you feel right at home.
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Wish I could make this, the date just wont work for me
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Old 04-30-2012, 05:03 PM   #5 (permalink)
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These guys put on a great event. They will make you feel right at home.
Thanks Josh! we do our best!
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:45 PM   #6 (permalink)
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These guys put on a great event. They will make you feel right at home.
DITTO this - this is an awesome ride, well organized, great food, and best of all, great people.

You cannot beat the value!

We've been the last two years and have had a blast.

We're not going to make it this year due to some near 'virgin' rigs needing some kinks worked out and parts installed that very weekend.
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Is the ride in Tracy City?
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Is the ride in Tracy City?
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Old 05-03-2012, 11:07 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Tow Rigs

Where can we park our tow rigs? Our tube chassis are not street legal but can drive on the street if needed. Tow rigs are CC Duallys with 30-35ft goosenecks so we are 50ft+ long.

Also how long mileage wise are the hardcore trail rides from our tow rigs, last time we drove 5miles, hit 20miles of trails and drove back up the mountain on the senic hwy 25miles to the hotel so we needed plenty of fuel? Our tube chassis have small fuel cells and not a lot of places to carry spare parts for trail riding like we use to do but man I miss trail riding in Tennessee.

We prefer somewhere safe to park, its been 10years since I been up there but last time it seemed everywhere we parked I thought I wouldn't have a truck when we got back.

I am NOT downing the area, people were really friendly and awesome place just had a bad meth problem when I was there it seemed.
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We have trailer and rig parking within 1.5 miles of the trailheads. Its also about 7 miles one way and 4 miles the other way from the camp grounds (fair grounds). Both parking areas have been really safe in the past. If you dont trust that, folks will be at the fair grounds during the day while we ride.
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Thanks to everyone that give for the raffle. Got a lot of cool stuff to give away and its for a great cause.
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A very big thank you to all that came to the event and to the sponsors! We were able to raise just under $2k for the local special olympics
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