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Welcome 'Pit Crew' Volunteers


“Beyond the epic machines and cutting-edge gear, the Boise Off-Road & Outdoor Expo is more than just an event – it’s a movement. We’re passionate about uniting the off-road community, fostering camaraderie among enthusiasts, and educating off-roaders. But our passion goes beyond the just the expo. We’re committed to safeguarding the very places that fuel our passion – our public lands. We believe that access to these lands is a fundamental right, and we’re actively engaged in protecting it.

We couldn’t do any of this without YOU, our incredible volunteers. Your efforts are the backbone of our organization, allowing us to amplify our message, expand our reach, and make a real difference in the fight for public lands. On behalf of the entire Boise Off-Road & Outdoor Expo team, we extend our sincere gratitude to you for your selfless dedication and unwavering support.

Your willingness to give your time and energy is truly inspiring. From greeting attendees to assisting with event logistics, you play an integral role in creating a welcoming and enjoyable experience for everyone who steps foot into the expo. The Boise Off-Road & Outdoor Expo would not be the same without you. Your contributions are invaluable, and we are truly honored to have you as a part of our team.”

– Phil Rawlings, Director
– Scott Philips, Managing Partner

Volunteer managers

Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson

Core Team Member - Volunteer Coordinator

Matt was raised in Duchesne going off-roading in anything he could find...

Boise Off-Road & Outdoor Expo Team Member Riley Roland

Riley Roland

Born and raised in the small town of Saint Francisville, Louisiana fostered his love for the outdoors since childhood.

Boise Off-Road & Outdoor Expo Team Member Larry Richard

Larry Richard

Larry is a dog dad who loves fly fishing, rock crawling, whisky and his Texas Longhorns.

Volunteer FAQ’s

When do I need to arrive for my shift?

Please arrive at Expo Idaho  15 minutes before your shift starts

Where do I get my Wristband, tickets, and t-shirt?

Wristband, Entry ticket, & Drawing entry ticket: You can pick these up either at the vendor check-in desk or Will Call booth (will call booth will only be open on Fri & Sat), but you must check-in for your shift at the vendor check-in desk.

T-shirt: Vendor check-in desk 

If I volunteer for two shifts do I get twice the perks?

T-shirt & wristband, no. Drawing and entry tickets, you betcha!

What do I need to bring/wear?

Water bottle, jacket/coat, and comfortable shoes. Most volunteers will be standing for the bulk of their shift. We are not responsible for personal valuables so plan accordingly – we don’t have anywhere for you to store them. 

Will I get a reminder or confirmation when I sign-up?

Yes, you’ll receive an instant email confirmation and a reminder email three days before your shift.

Do I need any specific skills or experience to volunteer?

Not really, if you’re passionate about off-roading, that’s about it.

What will I be doing for my shift?

There’s a an explanation of each volunteer position on the sign-up sheet. You’ll also receive a brief orientation before your shift explaining what you’ll be doing and where you will be.

Where can I leave feedback about my volunteer experience?
Send your feedback and suggestions to [email protected] or [email protected]