2022 Gaff-n-Go Lineworker’s Rodeo Awards Banquet

 Wrap up the 2022 Gaff-n-Go Rodeo events at the Awards Banquet at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 14th.

Enjoy fellowship and a good meal.

Winners from all of the rodeo events will be announced during the awards presentation and recognition will be given to all that help make this event a success.

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EVENT LOCATION:

12042 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23233
Phone Number: 804/364-3600

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OUR GUEST SPEAKER
MIKE SCHLAPPI

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When motivational speaker Mike Schlappi takes the floor, a dazzling smile greets you. Then you notice the wheelchair. If ever a man was defined by what he can do instead of what he can’t do, it’s Gold Medalist and Author Mike Schlappi. At the age of 14, Mike had expectations of a career in sports as a top notch athlete. A gunshot to the chest at point blank range challenged his dreams. He would never walk again. After months of rigorous physical therapy, he began playing basketball from his wheelchair and went on to become a standout athlete.

Mike and his family continue to face challenges daily because of the split second decision that was made in regards to safety or the lack thereof.  His entertaining message changes the way people think about carelessness and the magnitude of their decisions in the work place.

Mike Schlappi’s thought-provoking presentation challenges individuals that despite difficult circumstances, you can take response-ability and be empowered. His engaging presentations have entertained and inspired audiences worldwide. From students to chief executive officers, from the classroom to the board room, from rookies to Olympic athletes, from small gatherings to large corporate events, Mike shows audiences “If You Can’t Stand Up, Stand Out!”

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