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St. Patrick's Daytons

We're Celebrating St. Patrick's Day in style at Dayton. Come to the Lumberman's Social Club @ the Dayton Factory & Showroom this Saturday March 17, 2018 and receive a little luck of the Irish.From 10am until close, we'll have in-store specials and be tasting Dayton's Logger beer.  You'll also be registered to win a very exclusive pair of St. Patrick's Daytons.  1 of only 17 pairs of special edition Service Boots we'll be making for the occasion.  Register/RSVP

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Dayton OK Oil has long been recognized (since the 1940’s long) as one of the finest leather treatment products in the world.

Dayton Boots was started by Charlie Wohlford in the back of the Loggerman’s Social Club at 64 East Hastings in Vancouver in 1946.  We’ve been making OK Oil longer than we’ve been making boots.  Charlie’s logger friends would often come into the bar with their dried, cracked leather logging boots complaining about the quality of their boots. .  Charlie would cobble them back to often better than new.  He developed OK Oil as one of the key components in this process.  It would bring the leather back to life as well as protect the leather, and logger’s feet from the harsh, damp British Columbia forests. Since in reality there is no such thing as "waterproof leather,"  (In order to maintain...

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Rock the Mic - Hard Rock Casino Vancouver

https://www.hardrockcasinovancouver.com/rockthemic/ ROCK THE MIC™ is a Summer long battle of the bands to crown the best of the best on the Hard Rock Casino Vancouver stage. 40 bands will audition and over the course of 10 weeks the field will be narrowed to five finalists. Those five will meet in the final battle to crown the first-ever king of the stage at ROCK THE MIC™. The audience vote and online vote will also play a huge role in determining the winner so tell your friends, your family, your fans and your foes that you want to ROCK THE MIC™! Rock the Mic videos brought to you by:  

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