Thank you for 27th Annual Gold Rush Days

Juneau Gold Rush Days, Inc. would like to thank all the sponsors and volunteers that helped make the 27th Annual Gold Rush Days a huge success. Many thanks to our Gold sponsors CBJ Parks and Recreation, Coeur Alaska Kensington Mine, Hecla Greens Creek Mine, Juneau Radio Center, Alaska Marine Lines, J.S. Redpath Corporation, AJ Mine/Gastineau Mill Mine Tours, NC Machinery, Construction Machinery Industrial and Southeast Mine Supply.

We would also like to thank our Silver sponsors: Council of Alaska Producers, ESS Support Services Worldwide, AEL&P, and Enco. Thanks to our Copper sponsors Alaska Airlines, Alaska Juneau Construction, Alaska Litho, Ash Grove Cement Company, Bobcat of Juneau, Capital Service, Delta Western Petroleum, Dyno Nobel, Frontier Supply Co., Hyak Mining Company, Les Schwab Tires, Northwest Mine Supply, Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology, Taiga Ventures, Northrim Bank, Temsco Helicopters, Tyler Rental and Petro Marine Services. And thanks to Friends of JGRD Jerilee & Tim Musgrove, Shattuck & Grummett Insurance, Glacier Auto Parts, Millrock Resources, and Last Frontier Forestry & Tree Service.

A very special thanks to all the volunteers that worked so hard to put on this great free family event. Our volunteers put in more than 1,400 hours preparing for this year’s event and taking it all back down with no incidents or accidents. Great job putting Safety First!

Last but not least, thanks to all of the competitors who once again gave their best to give us all a great show! Thanks to all of Juneau for coming out to Savikko Park and having a great time! We couldn’t do this without the wonderful support from so many businesses and individuals. We look forward to seeing you again next year.

Best regards,

Jerry Harmon, Chair

Juneau Gold Rush Days, Inc.

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