Thank You to all of our sponsors, volunteers and show attendees that joined us for our 8th Annual sh... MORE
Casa del Tequila Show Menu8/17/2016
Serving 11am-3pm Burrito (Chicken or Beef): $7 2 Tacos (Chicken or Beef) with Rice & Beans: $6 G... MORE
Thank You to all of our sponsors, volunteers and show attendees that joined us for our 8th Annual show on August 20th. Stay tuned for more details coming soon!
Casa del Tequila Show Menu8/17/2016
Burrito (Chicken or Beef): $7
2 Tacos (Chicken or Beef) with Rice & Beans: $6
Grilled Chicken Wrap with Chips: $7
Beef Taco Salad: $7
Chicken Taco Salad: $8
Naked Nachos (Cheese & Jalapenos): $5
Dirty Nachos (Beans, Cheese, Meat, Lettuce, Tomatoes): $7
Chips & Salsa: $3
Soda & Water available for puchase.
Meet Stef Z from 107.1 The Bull!8/16/2016
Stef Z was born and raised on Long Island, NY, and from a very young age loved to challenge the status quo in an attempt to figure out why things worked the way they did. After graduating with a BFA in design and photography from UNC- Greensboro, she packed up her Honda ("Whoopy!"), drove cross- country, fell in love with California and lived in Venice Beach.
In 2007, Stef decided to go after a dream of designing a clothing line. With little funds, a big idea, a 500-watt halogen bulb, a darkroom built in her hallway, and a bathtub for making screens, Wet Cement was started. Within four years, Wet Cement became a multi-million dollar company. Wet Cement has been sold at Saks, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales and Nordstrom's. After the success of the clothing line, Stef decided to branch out and begin something new. Completing her quest to travel to all 50 states in the US, Stef believes that getting out in the world experiencing life and interacting with people is the best form of education.
For the past 3 years she has been following her new and so far most rewarding career as a host. She partically likes talking about sports and her favorite team the New York Jets, but you can get her to talk about almost anything.
Stef has hosted on Afterbuzz TV where she covered Monday Night Football Show with special Playoff and Super Bowl editions as well as some primetime television shows like How To Get Away With Murder, Shark Tank, and Project Runway. She also hosted a bi-weekly sports show called The Morning Score. She brings her knowledge of sports, fashion, travel and the arts to the table to be able to talk with her guests about what interests them the most. As an adult, she continues to have a spirit that will push boundaries, brings subjects into a new light and bring unlikely characters together.
She recently moved to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin to continue to pursue her career as a Radio Host. You can catch her Monday through Friday from 6am-9am CST on 107.1 The Bull.
Exclusive All-American T-shirts8/9/2016
Check out these Exclusive 2016 Show T-shirts featuring a nostalgic Harley-Davidson and Ford Mustang back print. Pre-order your t-shirt today for pick-up at the show on August 20th. Select styles and sizes will be available for purchase during the show.
Heroes, Horses, & Hogs Welcomes Wisconsin Legends Dirt Series Racers8/8/2016
Wisconsin Legends Dirt Series Racers Kim Clover and Mike Mueller will be attending this year's Heroes, Horses, and Hogs. Kim, from Waupun, has been racing for a total of 6 years. Her accolades include: 2015 Beaver Dam Track Championship Runner-Up and 2015 Inex Pro State Champion.
Mike, of Rosendale, has been racing for over 14 years; 11 of which have been in the Wisconsin Legends Dirt Series. Some of his honors include: 2015 Beaver Dam Track Champion, 2015 Inex Golden Masters Champion, and 2015 Inex Wisconsin State Champion.
Make sure to stop by the racers' showcase at this year's show to meet them and view their race cars on display.
Meet Miss Fond du Lac 2016, Katrina Mazier!8/4/2016
Katrina Mazier was crowned Miss Fond du Lac 2016 on May 5th. Her platform is "Teens of Tomorrow - Teen Suicide and Prevention Awareness." Katrina competed at Miss Wisconsin in June with her talent of lyrical dance to the song "I Was Here," and finished in the top 10. She will attend UW-La Crosse this fall majoring in Criminal Justice and Sociology.
As a suicide survivor, she plans to continue sharing her story and creating awareness for suicide prevention and what can be done to save our teens.
Meet Miss Wisconsin 2016, Courtney Pelot!8/2/2016
We are excited to welcome Miss Wisconsin 2016 to this year's show! Courtney will be on-site throughout the afternoon for a Meet & Greet and also assist with the awards presentation.
22-year-old Courtney Pelot of Manitowoc, Wisconsin was crowned Miss Wisconsin 2016 on June 25, at the Alberta Kimball Auditorium in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. She will represent the state of Wisconsin at the 2017 Miss America Competition in Atlantic City, New Jersey this coming September.
During Courtney's year of service, she will travel the state of Wisconsin promoting her personal platform: "Open Books, Open Opportunity: Promoting Literacy in Our Communities." With her platform, Courtney aims to spread a love of reading across all
age groups, provide access to books and learning materials and to promote and assist in literacy programs, including the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten campaign and adult literacy classes.
Courtney earned her Bachelor's Degree in Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May 2016. After her year as Miss Wisconsin 2016, Courtney hopes to continue her education by earning a Master's Degree.
"Fallen Angel" Military Tribute Truck will return to 2016 show!7/22/2016
We are excited to announce the Military Tribute Truck "Fallen Angel" built by Russ from Oshkosh that will return to the 2016 show! As a Disabled Veteran himself, Russ felt it was time to give back and do something to help his heart & soul. "Fallen Angel" was built to represent our fallen soldiers from Iraq & Afghanistan. They no longer have a voice, but "Fallen Angel" speaks loudly for them.
The truck features a custom built six door extended cab, an 8 ft dually bed and a commercial duty front end; all place on a 5 ton military frame and running gear with a custom fabricated 4 link suspension on air bags.
Live Music by Panic Station!7/6/2016
Enjoy the live sounds of Panic Station at this year's show. Playing rock, funk and pop from them 70's through today, along with their great musicianship and one of the area's premier lead vocalists will have us all rocking all day long! Don't forget your dancing shoes!
Grandpa Chuck's Kettle Corn available at this year's show!7/2/2016
Grandpa Chuck's Kettle Corn started in May of 2013 with the idea of creating a company that would work mainly with non-profit organizations or charitable events to help raise money for their use. Our first event was Walleye Weekend in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin with the Noon Kiwanis and we grew from there. In 2013, our first year, we were able to donate over $2,000 to different events that we worked with. Grandpa Chuck's continues to grow as we do more events with charities and non-profit organizations. We will always give back to the communities, events and organizations that we work with to help them improve the lives that they touch. This year, in 2014, we will help raise money for no fewer than 10 different non-profit organizations or charities and we hope that number will grow in years to come. Grandpa Chuck's Kettle Corn is proud to be a part of this year's show to support past & present military and their families.
The REF to return to 2016 Show!6/15/2016
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation's new mobile training facility "The REF" (Transportable High-End Rider Education Facility) will be at this year's show!
The REF encourages both riders and non-riders to learn more about sharing the road, crash avoidance and environmental awareness.
Funds raised at Heroes, Horses & Hogs benefits local veterans1/4/2016
It's an honor to announce the 2015 All-American Heroes, Horses & Hogs event raised over $6,000 for local charities - the American Legion Riders District 6 and the Disabled American Veterans of Fond du Lac County. Thank you to all of our sponsors, show participants and attendees for supporting veterans, home of the free because of the brave. A community can make a difference and we're grateful for your support!
Save the Date ~ Saturday, August 20, 2016.
1969 Ford Mustang ~ Skittz8/6/2015
For 1969, Ford restyled and enlarged the Mustang. The Mustang had quad headlights for the first time with the outer ones mounted deep into the fenders and the inside ones mounted in the grille area. The side scoop was mounted higher on the rear fenders on the fastback models than the previous years; and on the hardtop and convertible models it was in the same place but it now faced rearward. The Mustang had a high performance theme for 1969 with the release of the Mach 1 model.
Meet Skittz, a charismatic one of a kind customized 1969 Mustang, owned by Randy and Jen of Oshkosh. Skittz was a 5 year restoration project for Randy and dedicated to his wife Jen for all her support putting up with his passion for cars. Randy and Jen have been Mustang enthusiasts for over 30 years and had a vision to turn this classic into a masterpiece. The paint features Mango Tango Orange with Harley-Davidson Cinnamon Apple Clear. This is Randy's 12th Mustang!
The 1969 models came with a standard 351-cid V-8 standard but had the options of a 390-cid or the 428-cid Cobra Jet V-8 engines. Skittz is loaded with a 351 Windsor/Cobra engine. Come out August 15th to meet Randy & Jen and check out this one of a kind convertible Mustang!