Best Snow Show in Pacific Northwest…Washington Snowmobile Expo and Swap Meet

Friday, October 14th, 2011

 

If you’re going to drive out to a Snow Show tis year, this is the show to spend the effort. The 20th Annual Washington Snowmobile Expo and Swap Meet starts Saturday! The show might be better know as the Puyallup Show but one and the same….it’s huge, its fun and its TOMORROW!

These guys are putting on a lot of stuff, of course there is the Expo and the Swap Meet, but don’t forget about the Safety Seminars, Avalanche Seminars and more. You guessed it, yours truly, The Boondockers Crew will be there in good form. Come by the booth and pick up a new video, shirt, hat, some posters and stickers. You can even get your favorite riders to sign the stuff for you too!! Say HI to Dan Gardiner, Phatty and Smasher while you get your awesome Boondockers Swag.

The Snowmobile Expo and Swap Meet starts Saturday and ends Sunday.
Adult tickets are $10.00 : 12 and Under are Free
Saturday 10:00a to 6:00p : Sunday 10:00a to 3:00p
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26 th Annual Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo in Denver

Friday, October 7th, 2011


The snowmobile expo in Denver starts today!
Even if you’re hours away from Denver, it is so worth the drive.

The Who’s Who of the Boondockers Crew will be there selling all the best Boondockers apparel and our new vid, Boondockers 8. We got more of our awesome Boondockers ball caps in three colors this year, classic Black and White and introducing Blue!

There’s posters, Krazy Canadian videos, stickers, more videos, the new BD8 playing with surround sound and of course the coolest riders in the industry…Dan Gardiner, Phatty and Smasher to name a few.

Go by the booth, pick up a couple of Boondocker DVDs, your new hat, shirt and a signed Boondockers 8 poster!

The Snowmobile Show starts Friday and Ends Sunday.
Adult tickets are $10.00, 12 and Under free.
Friday 5:00a to 9:00p : Saturday 9:00a to 6:00p : Sunday 10:00a to 2:00p
Denver Merchandise Mart, 451 East 58th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80216 (more…)

Back On

Sunday, February 7th, 2010


I remember the last time we coordinated a snowmobile aerial show at the Pepsi Center in Corner Brook. It was a phenomenal experience that was enjoyed by nearly everyone in the city – riders, coordinators, sponsors, attendees…. Everyone! Surprisingly, the most awestruck that weekend was Jimmy ‘Blaze’ Fejes – and it really had little to do with his show finale and the first back flip ever performed on a snowmobile in Newfoundland..... Continue Reading this Post

Road trip to Preston, Idaho

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Two weeks ago, myself and a couple others decided to mob down to Preston to see what kind of terrain is there and what the snow conditions were like. Two weeks ago was just before the big dump of powder that Dan was talking about in his “Epic” post. Preston didn’t disappoint, we didn’t find heaven-like conditions but we found likable terrain and favorable snow. (more…)