Ed Moore is stepping down as the Northeast Regional Rally rep and the club wishes to thank him for all his work and support in creating opportunities for our members in the Northeast region. He did a wonderful job hosting multiple events a year and the regional rally sold out in minutes because of his hard work!
Hunt Jones, who was the first Northeast rep, had this to say about Ed:
Ed, I want to greatly and sincerely thank you for your outstanding work as Northeast Rep all these years. If there is a Performance Review Category beyond “Outstanding,” you have certainly earned it. I don’t know of anyone that could slip in so gracefully, socially, and well, apparently seamlessly and tirelessly to accomplish all the responsibilities of the Northeast rally and your Kayuta Lake Rally for kids to enjoy…both sell-outs. Thank you for your support which has embraced all of us. Your example personifies “the happier we’ll be.”
I wish I could be at Sampson to state this in person to our members. Maybe John or Fletch can impart this at tonight’s Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.
Forrest Bone, president of the TCT, offered his thanks:
There isn’t much for me to add to what Hunt stated so eloquently. TCT appreciates the work you have done for its northeast membership. There has been a steady growth in membership during your tenure as the Northeast Representative. Our biggest task has always been finding people that will take a leadership position and host an event. You are definitely on our list as one of the good guys. I understand that you have taken a new job and I wish you the best and great success.
Here is a video Ed did of the 2018 Tin Can Tourists Northeast Regional Rally