The Energy Industry’s Biggest Networking Breakfast: Producers & Services Companies
The 19th annual Big Guns Stampede Breakfast, which is held this year on July 11, from 7 AM till 1 PM, is SOLD OUT!!
BUT, you can still WIN TICKETS!!….EnergyNow.ca will be giving away 8 tickets per week for the next three weeks leading up to the breakfast. All you have to do is enter your Name, BUSINESS Email and Contact Phone Number to qualify.
Monday June 26th 12:00 PM – 8 Tickets (Winner – Lindsey Abbott – CNRL)
Friday, June 30th 12:00 PM – 8 Tickets (Winner – Bill Hoy – National Oilwell Varco , NOV)
Friday, July 7th 12:00 PM – 8 Tickets
The winner of each draw of 8 tickets will be notified the afternoon of each draw.
After each draw date and time you can re-enter again for the next draw.
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The 19th annual Big Guns Stampede Breakfast will be held this year on July 11, from 7am till 1am at the Cowboys Casino Legendary Stampede Tent. From start to end, that’s right 18 hours of nonstop fun….or until you can’t handle any more fun. Darryl Fushtey, the organizer and planner for the event, reports that each year oil & gas companies, as well as service companies from around Western Canada come together for this grand event. It is the industry’s largest networking Stampede Breakfast.
50 students from SAIT will be attending this year’s breakfasr to sell raffle tickets to raise money for Calgary Food Bank and for the SAIT Student Petroleum Society to help the future of SAIT students and families that would benefit from the event. The students will sell raffle tickets for Cowboys concerts that are held at the tent and also sell tickets for the 2 dunk tanks that will be on site.
There will also be special guest speakers this year which is another new add on to the event. We have invited Mark Scholz, President of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors (CAODC) to speak at this event. He is well known from the energy sector. He also rolled out the Oil Respect campaign this past February, a campaign to empower regular Canadians to voice support for the Canadian oil and gas industry. “Oil Respect is about respect for the facts, respect for workers, respect for the environment, and respect for an industry that has done so much to provide Canadians with jobs, funding for government services, and a higher standard of living,” explains CAODC President Mark Scholz (http://www.caodc.ca/media-