|Sat, Feb 20, 10AM - NOON||7th Annual All Volunteer Training||Calumet High School|
|Fri, Feb 26, 6:30PM||CopperDog Opening Ceremony||5th Street, Calumet|
|Fri, Feb 26||CopperDog 80 - Stage 1||Calumet - Eagle River|
|Fri, Feb 26||CopperDog 150 - Stage 1||Calumet - Eagle Harbor|
|Sat, Feb 27, 1:00PM||Doghouse Races||5th Street, Calumet|
|Sat, Feb 27, 9:00AM||CopperDog 150 - Stage 2||Eagle Harbor - Copper Harbor|
|Sun, Feb 28, 9:00AM||CopperDog 150 - Stage 3||Copper Harbor - Calumet|
|Sun, Feb 28, 9:00AM||CopperDog 80 - Stage 2||Copper Harbor - Calumet|
Here's an easy way to make $250, just build a doghouse, put together a team, get a few friends to do the same and you are in the money... if you are fast enough!
If you have any questions on the race or entry, please contact our lead organizer Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank your for your time, and we hope to see your team on the snow road!
2016 CopperDog 150
Saturday Event Committee
If you are a food vendor, CopperDog wants you ... and your food! (We want you even if you're not a food vendor, but that's another issue.)
CopperDog is currently accepting food vendor applications for the Friday night (Friday, February 27, 2015) race start event. That Friday night, thousands of people will converge on historic downtown Calumet, all of them wanting food and drinks. Last year nearly 5000 people attended the race start. This year we are expecting 4000 - 6000 people. We want those people to come hungry and to be able to get some food while they watch the race.
CopperDog is not just about sled dogs. It's about community involvement and vitality. It's about creating a great event that brings people together. Having food and drinks available is part of this vision. And the better the entire vendor program, the better the individual success of each vendor.
To ensure that spectators and vendors have a good experience CopperDog is introducing a Vendor Facilitation Program. Our goal is to identify great locations for vendors to set up shop, with easy access to for spectators. Power will be provided, and CopperDog will coordinate with vendors to avoid duplication of menus. CopperDog will advertise and promote vendor menus and provide location maps to the public. We will also be campaigning for people to come early, come hungry, and have dinner downtown during the race start. And we will work to retain a balance between downtown Calumet restaurants and vendor services.