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Vail Daily letter: Props for Potatopalooza

Vail Daily
Vail, CO Colorado

Well, the third annual Potatopalooza is behind us, and what a great turnout!

I would like to thank every-one for coming down to Eagle on Saturday. The music lineup downtown was phenomenal, with entertainers such as Jason Vigil, Rob Drabkin and the Hill-billy Hellcats. The Samples concert in our town park was fantastic. They put on a great show for an incredibly enthusi-astic crowd.

I would like to thank the event sponsors, which includ-ed the town of Eagle, Century-Tel, Alpine Bank, Eagle Valley Realty, Mountain Beverage, Monapolowa, NRC Broadcast-ing, the Vail Daily/ Eagle Valley Enterprise, KZYR/ The Zephyr, the Vail Mountaineer and One Eagle. I also would like to thank Resolution Graphics/ Sue Hibbs, Megan Morrisey and Jill Anderson of Anderson Marketing for helping me market this event. The Eagle Police and Eagle Fire Depart-ment, the Western Eagle County Ambulance District and Eagle town maintenance gave me an overwhelming amount of support that I am very grateful for. We had great vendors and volunteers, too. All did a great job and ensured that everyone was having a good time.

I am in awe of my friends who came out in force to help me. I owe an incredible amount of gratitude to Holli Snyder, Jerry Wetzel, Beth Chabot ( aka Betty Crick), Stacy Jones, Jessica Fisher, Tara Picklo, Scott Schlosser, Yuri Kostick, Carole Bukovich, Pam Boyd, Gabrie Higbie and Mary Ann and Jon Stavney. Thank you – I will never forget what you have done for me and this event. I also thank my staff at Everyday Outfitters. I could not produce this event if I didn’t have such a great group of women working for me. Finally, I thank my husband, Doug, and my chil-dren, Christopher and Sharon, for their patience, love and energy.

I am such a lucky person to have all these people and enti-ties around me. You make all the hard work seem effortless and your support genuine.

Thank you a million times over for helping me put on another successful Potatopalooza.

– Erin Seabury

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