Tuesday, October 10, 2006

BIG EASY ROLLERGIRL VOLUNTEERS

Helping hands keep those Big Easy Rollergirls light on their skates and ready for action.




The Big Easy Rollergirls are gearing up for their sold-out October 21st bout at Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World, but they need your help!



Saturday, October 14th at 1PM, Victoria von Doom will host a Volunteer Orientation at Mardi Gras World. She walk through what it takes to put on a BERG bout, discuss the varying responsibilities and answer any questions. All volunteers will receive a BERG volunteer t-shirt, which will act as a volunteer pass.




REQUIREMENTS:
You must be reliable and on time!
You must attend the volunteer orientation
You must arrive precisely at 5:00PM the day of the bout
You must sign a waiver holding BERG harmless from any and all liability related to injuries and accidents associated with your service.
You must have a “Viva La Derby” attitude.


SOME OF THE DUTIES:
Taking tickets
Handing out programs
Directing foot-traffic
Assisting with security
Keep an eye on exits and entryways
Verifying VIP seating
General clean-up
Basic gophering




What’s in it for you, you ask? Aside from the complete adoration from all of The Big Easy Rollergirls, you will receive a free ticket to the next bout.



If you are unable to volunteer the evening of the bout, but still want to help, there are a limited number of volunteers needed the morning of the bout to assist with set-up. You will receive a free ticket for the bout that night.



For more information, contact Victoria von Doom at:

victoriavondoom@gmail.com

AND SO, MY FELLOW BERG FANS, ASK NOT WHAT YOUR ROLLERGIRL CAN DO FOR YOU; ASK WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR ROLLERGIRL.

3 comments:

Pounder said...

I had a great time volunteering in September. Count me in for the October bout. See ya Saturday @ 1:00 pm.

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