LOW RENT RALLY REST AND RENDEZVOUS AT THE CHIP
Originally posted by Buck Lovell on Wednesday, 01 February 2012 in Buck Lovell’s – American Biker Blog
CROSSROADS AT THE FABULOUS BUFFALO CHIP™
ALL NEW FREE-ACCESS VENDING, ENTERTAINMENT and DINING DESTINATION
Sturgis, SD (January 31, 2012) The world famous Buffalo Chip campground, concert and entertainment venue located 3 short miles East of Sturgis proper, today announced development of a new commercial andentertainment area named the “Crossroads at the Buffalo Chip™.”For more than 30 years the Buffalo Chip Campground and Concert arena hasbeen THE primary focal point of the annual Sturgis, South Dakota Motorcycle Rally. The Buffalo Chip is arguably the most famous campground in the world. This ALL NEW “CROSSROADS DESTINATION AREA” on the Buffalo Chip grounds, was created to provide visitors, and others a FREE access location at the Chip for friends & vendors, where they can enjoy food, drinks, and music as well as find some much-needed relief from the some times intimidating traffic in downtown Sturgis. Crossroads should prove to be a welcome respite from the tremendous hustle and bustle of the Sturgis rally when it’s in full swing.
“There has long been a need for a complete motorcycle rally park with free admission that’s easy to get to, provides access to industry displays and vendors and has ample and easily accessed free parking.It’s been planned for years and I am delighted that the Crossroads will be open during the 2012 Sturgis Rally,” explains Rod Woodruff, owner of the 560 acre Sturgis Buffalo Chip®. “The Crossroads gives the Sturgis Rally visitor and general public the opportunity to come to the Chip to look at custom bikes, shop, view new products, get motorcycle mechanic work done, enjoy good food, full bar service, beautiful dancers, live musical entertainment, and just hang out and meet some friends without having to pay an admission fee.”
Information for Sturgis Rally vending, concert and campground reservations at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip® is available at www.buffalochip.com and 605-347-9000.