Airshow Volunteer Information & Form
 

 

Thanks for showing interest in volunteering for the 2017 Pikes Peak Regional Airshow.

 

 

VOLUNTEER DAYS:
 
Setup (9/21 – 9/22) ...Air Show (9/23 – 9/24)
Cleanup (9/25)
 
(Note – Volunteers must work at least one of the Air Show days, not just the Setup or Cleanup days)
 
VOLUNTEER HOURS: 6:30 am - 5:00 pm 
 
 
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR:
Admissions
Sell and validate tickets, distribute entry material.
Volunteer Support 
Food service, volunteer movement and tracking.
Sponsor Chalets, Guest Services, Concessions and Retail tasks.
 Information
Be available to answer guest questions and staff the Lost & Found
 Facilities
Empty trash, ice delivery, setup and breakdown.
 Education
Assist trainers with training activities, support exhibitors as required, staff lost family function, answer questions and general overall help.
Security
Bag Checks, Physical Security, Crowd Control, Ramp Security

 

 Please note, You will be notified of you assignment and schedule prior to you arrival to the airshow. Applications and waivers will be required. 

 Volunteer food and drinks will be supplied during the airshow and a post-show BBQ is planned for volunteers and families.

 

Please fill out the Volunteer Form FIRST!
 
If you would like to volunteer please select here to complete and submit this Volunteer Application Form. You will then be contacted by our Volunteer Coordinator.
 
If there are any questions after you filled out the form , please email
pprairvolunteer@outlook.com
 Thanks again for showing interest!

 Steve Clark

PPRA Volunteer Coordinator

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Leonardo Da Vinci

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