SPECIAL HOME COMPETITION ANNOUNCEMENT
OK folks, we’ve run the numbers, checked our volunteer list, and discussed it with the MCI planning committee.
On Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 12:00 PM MST we will open 200 more entry slots to the home competition.
Remember, if you have already entered the home competition, you may not enter again. We will find and disqualify any entries you make in addition to those you already have in the system. The additional spaces are for the people who were unable to enter on January 13, 2018.
Best of luck to you all!
Pete Bakulić, President
The Mazer Cup International Mead Competition
OMNI INTERLOCKEN DISCOUNT ROOM RATES
You want discount rates, well here they are! Follow the link to book your hotel rooms for a special Mazer Cup International Mead Competition rate. We look forward to seeing you there!
Entry Openining: Januray 13, 2018
Mazer Cup Competition! Mar15-17, 2018
This competition is produced and operated by volunteers who are mead-lovers and enthusiasts from across the USA who want to see mead restored to its rightful place as a mainstream beverage everyone can enjoy. We have no affiliations with any meaderies, and we operate independently of any commercial mead organizations or associations. Most of us have been actively working as volunteers since the 2006 Home and Commercial Mead Competitions at the International Mead Festival in Boulder, CO. We travel to Broomfield, CO every year to help put on this competition and associated events. We pay our own transportation, lodging, meals and associated costs out of our own pockets. We are reimbursed for direct MCI related expenses only.
The Mazer Cup International Mead Competition is operated and hosted by the Mazer Cup International Incorporated., a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization. No funds are disbursed to board or planning committee members except to reimburse out of pocket expenses which are verified by receipts/invoices. The Mazer Cup International is an IRS approved and registered non-profit as well as a State of Colorado registered non-profit. All proceeds from entry fees and associated events are used to fund the competitions and to give financial support to the Community Food Share.
The Mazer Cup International Mead Competition and associated events are funded by competition entry fees, donations, sponsorships and proceeds from the admission and table fees from the Mead Mixer. This revenue also enables us to donate to the Community Food Share serving the Boulder and Broomfield communities. Since 2015, proceeds from the Mead Mixer have funded over 27,000 meals for those in need.
Federal Tax ID #: 46-2154298
The Mazer Cup International has been in a supporting partnership with the Community Food Share of Boulder and Broomfield Counties since 2015. Proceeds from the Mazer Cup International Mead Mixer have funded over 27,000 meals distributed by the Community Food Share to those in need.
The mission of the Community Food Share of Boulder and Broomfield Counties is to be a leader in the effort to end hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties.