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​It is time for our fall meeting!  It is to be held on Saturday ​​September 30th, 2017 @ Bigg's Bar & Grill in Watertown, WI.  The address is 1217 River Dr.  The meeting will start at 1pm. This is a new meeting place for us as well.  Remember the fall meeting is election and rules meeting.  Please have your suggestions for rule change in to Donna by September 27th, 2017. Please remember if you want to make a suggested change, you must be at the meeting to present it to the members.  It is your responsibility as a club member to help shape the future of the BTPA and maintain and advance our level of professionalism and success. 

​Our banquet will be at the Concord House on Saturday November 4th, 2017. Details will be discussed at the meeting.

​Thank you all for another great year!

Fall  Meeting

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Truck Pulling in Wisconsin!

​​​​​​​​Badger Truck Pullers Assoc. members,


Our awards banquet will be held on Saturday November 4th, 2017 at the Concord House W976 Concord Center Dr. Concord, WI

​Cocktails at 5:00pm, Dinner at 6:00pm and awards at 7:00pm with music to follow.

​We again ask each of you to bring a gift to help the charitable group People Against Domestic Abuse here in Jefferson. The types of things they can really use include baby diapers in all sizes, baby wipes, gift cards for gas or groceries in $20 increments if possible larger.  They would also appreciate any non-perishable food donations.

​Each member and a guest are invited to the banquet at no cost.

​Please respond to the invitation sent to you by October 25th, 2017 by mail, email or text Donna at (920) 988-2862



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Formed in 1997, the Badger Truck Pullers Association has grown into one of the top truck pulling organizations in Wisconsin. BTPA was the first group in Wisconsin to create a sanctioned class for Super Street Diesels. 


Besides the sport of pulling, BTPA also gives back to the communities by donating food to local food pantries, offering a scholarship for youth looking to enter the mechanical field, and supporting the Jefferson County Safe Ride Program.