Every year, the World’s Largest Brat Fest invites “Celebrity Cashiers” to work at the event. From news anchors and reporters to politicians and directors of area non-profits, the Brat Tent is filled with local celebrities and key members in the community to mingle with… all while raising money for charity.
This year, we already have many “famous” familiar faces returning to help out — and dozens of new ones, too, lending a hand for the first time.
Among the many celebrity volunteers that will be working at Brat Fest on Friday, you’ll see NBC 15’s Leigh Mills, Chuck Koch, Amy Carlson and David George, 94.9 WOLX’s Scott Miller, Heather Moore and Adam Elliot, Andy Baggot from the Wisconsin State Journal, and Brian Olson from Channel 27 WKOW. On Saturday, you may spot Channel 3’s Steven Van Dinter, NBC 15’s Tim Elliot, and Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney. Chris Rickert and Doug Moe from the Wisconsin State Journal will be working on Sunday, along with Channel 27 WKOW’s Laurie Mercurio. On Monday, Sara Freeman from Q106 and NBC 15’s John Stofflet will be lending a hand to raise funds for the many Brat Fest charities.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CELEBRITY CASHIER?
What qualifies someone as a celebrity cashier? For Brat Fest it’s simply someone who works for the community.
Is that you? If so, click here to volunteer to become a Celebrity Cashier and donate your hours to one of the many charities supported by Brat Fest.
CELEBRITY CASHIER SHIFTS:
- Friday, May 25th – Monday, May 28th
- 11am-1pm, 1pm-3pm, 3pm-5pm
Click here to become a celebrity cashier!