Gypsies On Parade
Volume 5 - Number 3
Fan Fair Breakfast Was A Huge Success.
Monday morning, June 4, at 9:30 AM the Sawyer Brown International Fan Club held the first Fan Club Breakfast. After a brief welcome by the Fan Club director Jackie Combs, everyone enjoyed a hearty breakfast of melons, berries, scrambled eggs smothered with mushrooms and cheese sauce, bacon, sausage, pastries and rolls of all kinds. The fans who attended the breakfast not only enjoyed having breakfast with the members of Sawyer Brown, but they were delighted that "the guys" visited each table for autographs, pictures and to just chat.
After Sawyer Brown left, an auction of Sawyer Brown memorabilia was held. Denver DeFevers, father of merchandise manager Colin DeFevers was the auctioneer. A good time was had by all. The only thing that was missing was you if you did not attend. But don't fret, there will be another breakfast next year at Fan Fair. It will now be an annual event. A special thanks to all of those involved that helped to make it a success.
Fan Fair 1990
Fan Fair has come and gone, but the memories of Fan Fair week will last for a while. Fan Fair officially opened Tuesday, June 5, at 11:00 AM. Sawyer Brown were at their booth ready to sign autographs and visit with the fans until 12:30 PM. Thousands of fans came by the booth to meet "the guys", buy merchandise or just to say "hi". We feel like we not only met new fans, but we also made some new friends.
On Wednesday morning the members of Sawyer Brown performed on the Capitol Records show, at the grandstand. In the afternoon they appeared at the fan club booth for autograph signing. Probably the highlight of Fan Fair week for Sawyer Brown fans was the free ticket to watch the taping of Sawyer Brown's new video When Love Comes Calling. There were about 5,000 fans on hand for the taping.
Friday at 3:00 PM, it was over--time to pack away all the merchandise, equipment for the Fan Fair booth and memories until next year.
Thanks to each and everyone for their help and dedication to the Sawyer Brown Fan Club.
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