The Duluth Airshow is seeking community groups to work at the event this July. In exchange for their time, the airshow will provide financial support to the volunteering organization. Each year the Duluth Airshow provides around $40,000 to local organizations who help work the event.
Volunteers help fill a variety of roles from parking, tickets and concessions.
“This event would not be successful without the support of our community and volunteers,” said Duluth Airshow President Ryan Kern. “The local volunteer groups help with logistics and the guest experience. We are grateful for their support and our ability to return the favor with funding for their organization.”
Volunteers will have a chance to see the show and are provided beverages, lunch and a t-shirt.
For more information, interested parties should visit duluthairshow.com/volunteers or email email@example.com.
The Duluth Airshow will be held July 7-8 at the Duluth International Airport. Scheduled acts include the US Air Force Thunderbirds, Kent Pietsch, Mike Wiskus, Scott Yoak, Jim Tobul, Grant Nielsen, The US Army Black Daggers and several other aerial performers and static displays.
For more information on the Duluth Airshow, visit duluthairshow.com.