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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXNFX View Post
    So tempted... I will have to wait until last minute, if I can go it will be a long shot.. It is 6 hours from Wichita...
    I just snagged a cabin at the Ranch Motel in Salem, and I believe they have single rooms left. It's not as ritzy as the Holiday Inn but their rates are a lot lower - and I know that you know that you want to go.
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    Hello,

    The 2014 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood is fast approaching. The 2nd event of the Rally America national calendar will be Feb 21st & 22nd, 2014. We are anticipating a rather large national entry field, with Rally America designating us as a required event for national competitors to attend. And with close to twenty local competitors, odds are the field for the rally will be swelled with folks looking to take on the challenge of the Ozark gravel. Without you, this event could not happen. We are now accepting worker registrations. Among the rally's staffing requirements, we are in need of control workers, amateur radio operators, road marshals, spectator marshals, and much more.

    IF you wish to work with someone in particular, please state on your registration who that would be, and every effort will be made to accomodate you. If you are bringing someone along, please be sure to register them, along with yourself. Also, please make certain you specify which days you can work. There are options for both Friday and Saturday. This helps us with manning positions. Thanks.

    Please visit our registration page to sign up. http://rallymasterpro.com/workers?group=6

    In addition to the fun you'll have, we provide an exclusive event t-shirt, various worker goodies, and a hoot of an after rally shindig with free food & beer (for those of legal drinking age)

    For lodging information, please go here http://www.100aw.org/?page_id=51

    Best regads,

    Randy Stroede
    Volunteer Coordinator

    Lee Hilliard
    Chief of Controls
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    The t-shirts are great, and the awards dinner/worker party is a lot of fun - and a good place to get autographs from the famous rally driver types.

    Working as a road or spectator marshals is very low stress, and you get to watch rally cars tearing down the stage road. Working timing control (start or finish) is a bit more pressure but you get the benefit of quick chats with the race teams as they come through. Either one is a lot of fun.
    "Driving most supercars is like trying to manhandle a cow up a back staircase, but this is like smearing honey onto Keira Knightley." Jeremy Clarkson

    "The Suzuki Wagon R should be avoided like unprotected sex with an Ethiopian transvestite." - Clarkson

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    I have already informed work and will be making arrangements at school. IT'S HAPPENING THIS YEAR KIDS.

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    Doubt it. Lol

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    Doubt it. Lol
    Shaddup Brian. It's on the list. If I don't complete it, I throw off my whoooole bucket list. It's happening.

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    I should be there again this year. This time, all my equipment is getting tested before I head out. I know Herschel's planning on being there, hopefully his friends are still game for it.


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    I ll try and show up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagular1785 View Post
    I should be there again this year. This time, all my equipment is getting tested before I head out. I know Herschel's planning on being there, hopefully his friends are still game for it.
    I know Clint is wanting to go again this year.
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    Just a reminder (that you can pass along to whomever is going to sign up) to mention that you're part of the kcsubaru group when you register. That will make it easier for the volunteer coordinator(s) to assign us to the same stage crew.
    "Driving most supercars is like trying to manhandle a cow up a back staircase, but this is like smearing honey onto Keira Knightley." Jeremy Clarkson

    "The Suzuki Wagon R should be avoided like unprotected sex with an Ethiopian transvestite." - Clarkson

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