Vail, Colorado - Since 1984

Precision Lawn Chair Demonstration Team


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You have probably reached this site because of our recent appearance on national TV during President Bush's Inaugural Parade (See the Washington D.C. section for complete coverage)

The nude (yes, naked) photo shoot for the Vail Valley Charitable Fund's 2003 Events Calendar went smoothly, as planned. We'll keep you abreast (yuk-yuk) of the situation as to when to expect to be able to purchase your copies! Just think of it, how many of you out there will buy a few dozen just to take care of all that Christmas shopping?

This page is updated once a week, so...

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A (very) Brief History of the Vail Precision Lawn Chair Demonstration Team

Born in 1984 during Vail's July 4th parade, a group of single ski bums cooked up a humorous act in order to "meet babes and get free beer from restaurants and bars." That led to Heath Candy Bar and Miller Lite (Great Taste - Less Filling!) television ads, all the while performing statewide for conventions and other special events. After faltering participation in the early 90's, the team was resurrected of sorts after being chosen to perform during the 1993 Inauguration. A wave of national publicity took years to mellow out, and even though their personal appearances are not as often anymore, they still have not missed a single Vail 4th of July parade since 1984. This latest rebirth ( The Bush Inauguration of 2001) gave the boys renewed hope of achieving their single most important lifetime goal: Performing a routine on the White House Lawn. Alas, it was not to be, but have faith. Someday, it just might happen...

 

 


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All good photos provided courtesy of Michael Rawlings Photography, the rest we took ourselves...