Come be part of the team.
It is funny how The Queen’s Cup just happens year after year. We very often chat about the hard work that goes in behind the scenes and how the hours of work continue to add up. It is funny but the truth is that we could put together the best line up of horses, the most purse money, the finest food and beverages but none of it would work without the greatest set of volunteers in the world.
Our team of volunteer’s numbers nearly 300 on race day and they range in age and lifestyle from an 18-year-old soccer player to a 70+ year old veteran. And to be honest, we need them all to have so many different skills that a range like that is exactly what is needed.
That said, have you ever thought about pulling on the Queen’s Cup t-shirt on race day? It is a very easy thing to do and it will become one of the best experiences of your life. Knowing that you get to be part of a charitable day and be around one of the best events in the region. Volunteering at The Queen’s Cup is a really neat thing to do.
We have jobs to suit everyone. From aspiring sales men and women selling raffle tickets to parking directors, we have ushers and helpers as well as crossing guards and souvenirs to be sold. It’s all in there.
Honestly, if you have the day free on April 28th next year, hit us up on the website under the volunteer page and we’d be glad to hear from you.
Thanks all and see you at the races.