Boomer’s Drive-In takes 1st place overall in the 2017 Ski to Sea

Once again, Boomer’s Drive-In is proud to sponsor two terrific teams of athletes competing in the local Ski to Sea competition.

According to the Ski to Sea website, the competitive open division team was the first overall to cross the finish line. And not far behind in 5th place overall and 1st place in their division was the Boomer’s Drive-In veterans division team.

Ski to Sea is a multi-sport team competition that includes cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, road cycling, road running, canoeing, cyclo-cross and kayaking on a course that stretches from Mount Baker, across the Nooksack Valley and Bellingham Bay, ultimately ending up in Fairhaven.

Here are the fantastic athletes on the two Boomer’s Drive-In teams.

Competitive Open Division

  • Brad Bauer, cross-country skier
  • Calvin Collander, downhill skier
  • Juan Castillo, road runner
  • Michael Finley, road cyclist
  • Eric Gerstl, canoeist
  • Michael Hammer, canoeist
  • Steve Dempsey, cyclo-cross rider
  • Austin Kieffer, kayaker

Veterans Division

  • Kent Murdoch, cross-country skier
  • Mike Gifford, downhill skier
  • Michael Molnar, road runner
  • Mischa Burnett, road cyclist
  • Ron Williams, canoeist
  • Jim Charlie, canoeist
  • Roy Colven, cyclo-cross rider
  • Nicholas Cryder, kayaker

 

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Boomer’s Drive-In Ski to Sea teams compete in grand style

Once again, the Ski to Sea teams Boomer’s Drive-In is proud to sponsor performed admirably in this year’s race, finishing top of their divisions and high in the standings in the overall race. Continue Reading →

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2016 Anniversary Sale sets records

Tallying up the number of hamburgers, fries, onion rings and milkshakes sold during this year’s Anniversary Sale that happened across January and February this year is, there’s no other phrase for it, mind-boggling. Continue Reading →

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Boomer’s will be temporarily closed for a little remodeling

100_2330UPDATE March 7th – We will be re-opening tomorrow! We are looking forward to seeing everyone and showing off our shiny newly remodeled kitchen.


We survived Boomuary (aka The Anniversary Sale) so while we give the carhops and cooks a few well-deserved days to recover, we will be giving the kitchen a bit of a makeover. Since we will be putting up fresh paint, installing new counters and doing other neat stuff, we won’t be cooking for a few days.

We hope to be open again in a week but these projects can come with surprises so we don’t want to get anyone’s hopes up until we are sure. So watch here and on our Facebook page and Twitter account for updates so you don’t miss out when our doors open again.

 

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The Tale of the Boomer’s Tip Jar

Original Boomers Drive-In tip jar from Glass Mountain Studios

Original Boomers Drive-In tip jar from Glass Mountain Studios

Many years ago Ed Schmid and other Boomer’s Drive-In fans at Glass Mountain Studios crafted a custom tip jar and gave it to Boomer’s. It was displayed proudly on the front counter.

Sadly, it was stolen during the craziness of an anniversary sale only a few years later.

Replacement Boomers Drive-In tip jar from Glass Mountain Studios

Replacement Boomers Drive-In tip jar

Upon hearing the news, the gang at Glass Mountain Studios showed up with a replacement custom-made tip jar. How cool is that?

But surprise upon surprises, a gentleman recently returned the original custom tip jar to us the other day. His son had found it in a lot down the street from Boomer’s about the time they were moving. The tip jar ended up in storage until it was discovered a few days ago.

It’s very cool to have it back. Loving our fans and neighbors.

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Pardon Our Mess

Our drive-in canopy is getting a makeover for the next couple weeks. Be aware not to park in spots blocked with cones or tape.

Boomer's Drive-In canopy

Construction begins!

It’s been a long time since the canopy was built so it’s due for replacing. Fortunately, it will essentially look the same when done save for the peeling paint and other signs of age.

 

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Boomer’s Burger Haiku

The following awesome haiku-like poem was posted on our bulletin board. Worth sharing!

Boom! go the burgers
And the Carhops will bring them
Where the shakes are the best

by: John Francis

Our customers are so talented!

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Happy 25th Anniversary Sale to You!

It's BOOMuaryAlso known as the BOOMuary Sale, Boomer’s is proud to host our 25th Anniversary Sale beginning 11am Monday, January 6th. It will continue until closing February 28th. It’s our way to say thanks to you for trusting your dining dollar to Boomer’s.

That’s two months of all burgers on the menu for only $2.99!! You read that right! Every Burger on the menu is only 2.99. That includes all Chicken Burgers, Hamburgers, Garden Burgers and Fish Burgers. Hard to believe but trust your eyes. This fabulous celebration continues all the way to February 28th, 2013! Eat here everyday!

If you’ve ever been to Boomers during prior BOOMuary sales, you know how busy it gets. So now, more than ever, we strongly advise you to

CALL IT IN & PICK IT UP!
647-BOOM

And we have made it easy to share the Boomers love with your friends and family on Facebook. Simply join the BOOMuary Facebook Event (click the link) and then you can invite everyone to join you.

The fine print: We will not be accepting coupons during the sale but will continue to stamp frequent diner cards and accept free boomer burger cards and gift cards. It’s going to be a great BOOMuary!
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KEEP CALM

Keep calm

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The Best Fire Insurance Available

361500321Years ago, the owner of Boomer’s Drive-In got a phone call telling him there was a fire at Boomers. Assuming the worst he raced to the restaurant and when he arrived he found the place surrounded with a whole lot of fire trucks and even more firemen. “That’s not a good sign,” he thought to himself. He parked nearby and waded through all the equipment and personnel only to discover a little fan motor in the back was simply creating a lot of smoke.

Relieved, he asked one of the fireman why they dispatched so much equipment and men. The answer was simply, “We would catch so much hell from everyone in this town if Boomers burned down.”

Good to know.

 

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