Greetings everyone. We are just days away from crowning a new champion. Many of you are already on the road to the attend the largest party in the desert. The Ranch is looking great and is almost ready to begin accepting the cooks and spectators that travel from all over the country to participate in this great event. May you all have safe travels and we look forward to our time in the desert.
Good day everyone. Last year at the Ranch we had several issues with available parking at the Main concession on the extremely active days. This year, we have added a marked Handicap Parking area in front on Main concession. This area has Handicap Parking signs and will be flagged in blue. If you do not have a TICC Handicap Parking sign please be respectful of those that do. TICC Handicap Parking signs are available from the ED, Keith Karaff, once you get to the Ranch. Thank you for your help in this matter.
ATTENTION! CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS!
If you are coming to TICC, we need your help. There are many open slots for volunteering. Follow this link to sign up to volunteer: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0b4aaead2ea2f94-ticc1
WHY signing up this way is the best?
Because those in charge of jobs have a way to stay organized, have lists with time slots and names, and even have contact information should the need arise.
Do I have to use this to volunteer?
No, but why not? It’s easy, quick, and you can even change/add/remove after you’ve registered. It’s so easy even non-computer people can do it! Plus, the person in charge will have only ONE list of their volunteers and not have to keep up with multiple lists.
Can I sign up for more than one job?
Absolutely! You will have an option to find available jobs/days/times and you simply check the box saying you want to volunteer for that job.
Can I register for my friend/spouse/significant other?
Yes you may. There is a box under each job asking how many you are registering for. You can then use the “comment” section to list the people you are registering for.
What if the job I want is full?
The best option you have at that point is to contact the person in charge of that job, as it is up to them. Their phone number and email address is listed in the job description.
What are the jobs that are listed?
The front gate – run by Rick Powell. There are so many slots still open for this job, and it is one that, once worked you want to do it again next year. It is a fun job! You get to see the people arriving and everyone is happy! The time slots are 2 hours each and Rick needs 4 people per slot.
The main bar – run by Scotty Parker and Keith Longabaugh. Another job having lots of available slots. This is another job that is fun for everyone working it. You are able to people watch and everyone who visits the bar is happy. Those working the bar love doing it too! Scotty and Keith are asking for 3 people for each 2 hour slot.
Marking the Old 320 – run by Bob Steinle. There are just a few remaining slot for this job, which has always been a fan favorite. The work is a little physical, but everyone has fun helping.
Cooks and Show Registration – run by Randy Pittman. This job involves sitting at a table, signing people up and giving them their cups for Saturday’s BIG SHOW. Happy, happy people doing easy, fun work. The number of volunteers varies by the day, but there are many slots still available.
Friday Events Registration – run by Nancy Hewlett. Again, an easy, fun job that requires you sitting at a table and helping excited, happy people. The numbers of helpers varies per day.
Highway Clean-Up – run by Cindy Noe. There are just a few of these slots remaining, but for those who have done this in the past, this is usually their first job they sign up to do the following year because they have so much fun with everyone. A mini party, from what they all say.
Veggie Cutting – run by Nancy Hewlett. Bring your knife and cutting board and start chopping. Sit at a table and talk while cutting veggies to be used as condiments for Saturday. There aren’t many slot remaining for this job, so you’d better hurry and register.
Concession Store – run by Susan Armand. There are many slots still remaining for this job. Although you spend the majority of your time on your feet taking orders, filling orders, restocking shelves, it is a fun job. The number of helpers per slot is 2 and the slots vary from 2 hours to 3 hours per shift.
Wings Monitors, Beans Monitors, Salsa Monitors – run by Nancy Hewlett. Almost EVERY slot is still available for all three jobs! It is fun and easy and you are surrounded by people having a blast! YOU make a difference doing this!
Wings/Beans/Salsa Runners – run by Nancy Hewlett. MANY available slots!!! Although an active job, it is fun! You refill drinks, spoons, condiments. A few have signed up for this but we are still in need of many helpers!
Final Table Runners – run by Kris Stewart. SO much fun to schmooze with the final table judges before the judging begins. SO much fun to help Kris keep this running smoothly. Slots are available!
IF you sign up using SignUpGenius, there is a question about you getting a shirt for helping. If you WANT the shirt, you will list your size here. One shirt per volunteer. Using this method will get you your free shirt.
If you would like to register, but don’t want to go log in, contact Susan Armand at email@example.com, giving her the jobs/time slots/shirt size you want and she will register you.
TICC can’t run smoothly without our volunteers. Please sign up! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0b4aaead2ea2f94-ticc1
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