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Published On: August 4th, 2014

Kenosha, Wis. – On Wednesday, August 6th the Kenosha Kingfish and Lynch Chevrolet will host Mountain Man of A&E’s hit television show Duck Dynasty. The event will be part of “Duck Dynasty Night” brought to you by Lynch Chevrolet. Mountain Man makes his way north to meet fans and sign autographs at Lynch Chevrolet (on Hwy. 50) from 4:30pm-5:30pm before heading to historic Simmons Field for the Kingfish 7:05pm game. The TV and radio personality will sign autographs beginning when gates open at 6:05pm and will continue to do so throughout the contest. He will also throw out the ceremonial first pitch for the affair with Green Bay.

Mountain Man (formally known as Tim Guraedy) is a regular on the widely popular Duck Dynasty. The A&E reality show follows the Robertson family as they operate their massively successful duck call business, Duck Commander. Mountain Man plays host to a local radio show in West Monroe, LA while running an air conditioner repair business. Among other things, he is known for his laid back personality and distinctly long beard. The Kingfish organization and Lynch Chevrolet are excited to welcome Mountain Man to Kenosha in celebration of Duck Dynasty Night.

August 6th also features a “Beard on a Stick” giveaway in addition to camouflage can koozies being distributed for fans. These giveaways are sponsored by “Jockey Being Family.” Jockey Being Family is Jockey International, Inc.’s corporate commitment to strengthen adoptive families for successful futures by providing access to quality services after an adoption has been finalized. Since 2005, Jockey has donated more than $4 million dollars in financial and in-kind support to nonprofits supporting post-adoption services throughout North America. Kingfish team posters will be given away for fans as well. Please note that quantities for all three are limited.

The evening leads into the team’s final regular season home stand of the season beginning on July 9th. The two game set with Battle Creek promises to be dramatic as the Kingfish currently sit just one game off the pace for a playoff spot in the NWL’s South Division. More information will be made available in the event of Kenosha securing a playoff berth.