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Haydays Tucker Hibbert Autographs – Stud Boy Booth BB1 10:30am Sept. 9th


Time to think snow.

Visit Stud Boy @ Haydays 2017 @ Booth BB1  – Sept. 9th & 10th

51st Annual Hay Days Snowmobile Grass Drag / Dealer Expo – presented by SnoBarons Snowmobile Club

Tucker Hibbert Autographs – Stud Boy Booth BB1 10:30am Sept. 9th

Haydays event has grown year by year and is now recognized, as the largest event of its kind in North America. It has been referred to in many publications as the Grand Daddy of them All. The Sno Barons needless to say, are extremely proud of this achievement.

In the early years, the race was held in October and Early November. It only drew local racers. October and November are very unpredictable for snow here in Minnesota and so alfalfa hay was used to build the race surface – and that’s how the name “Hay Day” originated.

But it wasn’t until 1990 that Haydays became a 2-day event! To many snowmobilers and snowmobile dealers, this has been the event that officially starts the snowmobile season each year.

Haydays grass drag race still attracts the locals, but it also now attracts the fastest and most sophisticated machines in the world. The track has come from one that was full of bumps, to a groomed strip with cyclone fencing in beautiful condition.


 

 

Tucker Hibbert helps Make-A-Wish raise over $92,000


“This event means a lot to me,” said Hibbert. “It’s a humbling experience to have so many people join me and donate to help grant wishes. Walk for Wishes is a great way to get together and celebrate an organization that’s making a difference in people’s lives.”

Over the past two years, Hibbert and Team 68 have raised over $20,000 for Make-A-Wish Minnesota. This year’s fundraising site will remain open through Friday, August 25. Hibbert will honor each contribution by sending donors a limited edition Team 68 Walk for Wishes t-shirt.
For more information and to make a donation, visit site.wish.org/goto/Team68

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2017 Stud Boy Snow Show Schedule

It is that time of year again when we start thinking Snow…

Stud Boy Traction and Control Products will have a both at all shows listed below, we look forward to seeing old and new customers alike.

Think Snow …


WPS National Sale Meeting
August 17-19, 2017
Syracuse, NY


Nelson’s Snomotion
August 25-26, 2017
Greenville, MI


Haydays
September 8-11 2017
North Branch, MN


Big East Show
Sept 29 – Oct 1, 2017
Syracuse, NY


Milwaukee Snow Show
October 13-15, 2017
Milwaukee, WI


Toronto International Show
October 20-22, 2017
Toronto, Ontario


Novi Snow Show
November 3-5, 2017
Novi, MI

Tucker Hibbert for Make-A-Wish® Minnesota

For the second consecutive year, Hibbert will lead a team at Walk for Wishes®

June 20, 2017 – Tucker Hibbert will once again lead a team of loyal fans, friends and family at Make-A-Wish® Minnesota’s Walk for Wishes® event in Minneapolis Saturday, August 5. Last year, Hibbert’s Team 68 raised over $10,000 to help fund the wishes of children battling life-threatening medical conditions.

“I’m really excited to get Team 68 together again to raise money for Make-A-Wish Minnesota,” Hibbert said. “I was blown away by the success of last year’s team and the amount of money we raised. It was awesome having so many people rally together to support the cause. I’ve seen, first-hand, the joy and strength a wish provides for a wish kid. I’m honored to have the opportunity to be involved in an organization that can provide that and thankful people around me feel the same way.” Read Complete Story

 

I ran the last set of Deuce Wearbars for more than 22,000 miles

To Stud Boy Traction at the Big East Snow Show

I have been using Stud Boy products on both my sled and my wife’s for many years.  I find them to be more durable than other brands I have tried over the 50 years I have snowmobiled.  I ran the last set of Deuce Wearbars for more than 22,000 miles, which for me is 2 years of riding.  The only maintenance needed was to sharpen the carbide.  My average snowmobile miles for the last 38 years are 10,000 to 15,000 miles a season.  I ride extensively in Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick.  Jim Jamison

Thank you Jim for putting our Deuce Bars to the test we are proud to have you as a customer!