In year one – it was me. I bugged the ever living crap out of a bunch of people as I went along (you know who you are – thank you!)
Year two, I dragged my wife along for the ride, and by the end of the season, Beth had picked up all the data logging, tracking and validation – as you logged your results, she made that information into something that made sense. Erick Coleman managed a ton of the social media and Facebook updating too – both took huge workloads off my shoulders!
This year is year three – we’ve already grown a bunch over last year, with 120 registrations for the 2016 #racelocal program before we even finished our first event – and people were registering for the Grand Prix while onsite at Blizzard Blast!
So, who’s involved this year?
Me – of course. I couldn’t give it up!
Beth – she doesn’t get off that lucky 😉
This year we’re getting backup 🙂
Erick Coleman – Erick has been a rock solid source of advice and perspective since the middle of 2015 – and he has a background in social media management, marketing – so if you see a post from Eric, pay attention, he’s trying to get some #racelocal info in front of you 🙂 Fun tip – if you’ve been getting our mailing list recently, all credit goes to Erick!
Sandy Rhee – No introduction needed, Momma Hen keeps everyone straight, pointed in the right direction and with our heads on straight. She’s instrumental in getting gear in your hands on race day, keeping us on track for ordering the right quantities, and keeping us sane.