AIRFest 26 - KLOUDBusters
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AIRFest 26 Vendor Info
Participating AIRFest 26 vendors
The rocketry vendors and OEMs are an important part of our hobby and vital to the success of AIRFest 26. We have a great line-up of rocketry vendors coming to AIRFest 26. You can view the list below. There will also be on-site vendors for food, drinks and bagged ice. Rocketry vendors support our Volunteer Incentive Partnership (VIP) with donated products or promotional items that will be raffled exclusively to AIRFest 26 volunteers. More info on vendors and becoming an AIRFest vendor follows the list. Scroll down the list to see all the vendors.
Vendor Info Web Site Contact
Science Education Center Mark Logan
Star Rocketry
Hybrid Supplies and Support Jim Cooper
Wildman Rocketry Tim Lehr
Chris' Rocket Supplies
850-554-6531 Chris Short
Altus Metrum Bdale Garbee & Keith Packard Randy Milliken
Aerotech, Inc. Dane Boles / Gary Rosenfield
Lab Rat Rocketry Chris Bender
KLOUDBusters invites all rocketry vendors to participate in AIRFest 26. Vendor space assignments will be available on a first-come first served basis at no charge to the vendor and are available only by advance reservation. Vendors you may contact for information on how to get your link and information here as a participating AIRFest 26 vendor. Note to Vendors: If you wish to launch rockets, order t-shirts, or attend the Burger Blast, please complete the registration process and order your items there.

AIRFest 26 will include the the AIRFest 26 Volunteer Incentive Partnership (VIP) with the vendors to provide donated products or promotional items that will be raffled exclusively to AIRFest 26 volunteers.  Vendor participation is greatly appreciated.

AIRFest 26 is coming to the Rocket Pasture at Argonia!!!

KLOUDBusters has hosted LDRS at our Argonia, KS launch site: 1993, 1994, 1999, 2003, 2008, & 2011.
KLOUDBusters launches have been featured in TV programs twice: Rocket Challenge in 2003 and
LDRS-Large Dangerous Rocket Ships in 2011.