Bengal Bus Repairs

For ten years, "The Bus" has brought to life many parties. Thousands of people have stopped by to have a brew from the back of the bus taps, or grab a pulled pork sandwich. Some just swing by to enjoy the company and atmosphere. A few even helped set up a fake tailgate party outside of the bus to be part of a television commercial for a Cincinnati chili company!

Whatever your experiences have been, we are now asking for your help, friends. As the bus made its way up Delhi Pike, on the way home on a rainy night after drowning the Dolphins, the engine failed and lefts its nine passengers on the side of the road baffled. As the bus was hoisted up onto a flatbed, Kevin and Scott seemed to be glad it was raining, so that it could hide their tears.

Our mechanic believes he can bring it back to life, but the crew does not have all the funds this time around. A decision needed to be made and we thought it was time to lay the bus to rest. This was a tough decision, and again, it was made in the rain so that Kevin and Scott could shed some tears and go unnoticed.

After so many of our Who Dey family said that they did not want to see it go away, we decided to reach out to everyone that we enjoy our Sundays with. So this was started to ask you to help the boys fix the bus. Anything will help and we appreciate it!

Who Dey!


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  • Kelly Kincaid-Viox 
    • $40 
    • 47 mos
  • Clay Schmit  
    • $25 
    • 47 mos
  • Tom & Nancy Hilton 
    • $105 
    • 47 mos
  • Laura Witt 
    • $20 
    • 47 mos
  • Carolyn Mehus 
    • $25 
    • 47 mos
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Kevin Schmit 
Cincinnati, OH
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