Cone Zone Experience at the Cloverdale Rodeo (May 19 – May 22 2017)

Call for volunteers, donations and equipment

We can’t do it without you!  Please help us make the 2017 Cone Zone Experience at the Cloverdale Rodeo a success. We are looking for volunteers, sponsors and equipment.  Whether you only have a few hours, or a few days every contribution is important and welcome.


Set up and take down crew: We need a team of six laborers each day to help with set up and take down and moving supplies and equipment (three days prior to event and two days after event ends).

Other positions we require: Mechanics, Go Kart people loading, helping with helmets and fitting, training, registration, photo stations, video camera, social media, photo documentation of event, survey people, course workers, flaggers.

Shifts:  We are looking for volunteers (29 volunteers per shift) to put in 4 hour shifts, as follows:

Friday May 19 Saturday May 20 Sunday May 21 Monday May 22
5:00 pm – 8:30 pm 9:30 am – 1:30 pm 9:30 am – 1:30 pm 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
4:30 pm – 8:30 pm 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm



We need the following supplies (some supplies may be donated or lent for the duration of the event):

  • 1 – 40”-60” TV
  • Enclosed trailer for storage and moving of equipment
  • 1 sound box –speaker system
  • 3 go pro cameras
  • 4 tablets to use for surveys and social media
  • 6 tents
  • 1 video camera and tripod
  • 8 electric ride cars for small children
  • 5 electric scooters
  • Spray paint for competition
  • Give aways


Aside from the in-kind sponsorship items and volunteer hours, we are seeking monetary donations to assist with expenses related to the event. Sponsors will be recognized through media releases, social media, and visible on site recognition.

For more information, contact:

Bob NielsenCorporate Compliance Manager, Mainroad – (604) 619 8412

Sarina Hanschke Traffic Control Program Quality Assurance, BC Construction Safety Alliance (604) 374 5165 or

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