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IML IMBB 2021 cancelled

The Renslow Charitable Foundation, owners and producers of the International Mr. Leather and International Mr. Bootblack contest, announced on June 9, that both contests were cancelled and the the contest will be held during Memorial Day weekend in 2022.

The press release stated, "....We clearly understand that things are beginning to return to some new sense of normal. However, as we look to this November as well as May 2022, we must also consider many factors in making event decisions....That said, we have decided to cancel (IML and IMBB) 2021 events....The specific key factors behind this decision include a shortened weekend program and a space-compressed vendor market with reduced hours, the financial impact to our guests in possibly attending two IML weekends six months apart, the shorter title year for the winners who have waited patiently for their moment to compete and a necessary consideration for any potential reinstatement of large gathering restrictions."

The complete press release can be found at http://www.imrl.com

images/articles/news/sash-bash/Leather_Sir_2014/Standing is International Leather Sir 2014 Mark Eddy and kneeling are Community Bootblack Ed Davis and Leatherboy Paul Photo by Dave Rhodes.jpgAfter a weekend of grueling competition the dust settled in Dallas, Texas where Mark Eddy was named International Leather Sir 2014, boy Paul announced as International Leatherboy 2014 and Ed Davis chosen to be International Community Bootblack 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Market Center Hotel on Saturday night, August 31 in front of about 250 cheering Leatherfolk. Eddy and boy Paul were from the Great Lakes Region and Davis was from the Mid Atlantic Region.

The Leather Sir runner-up was James from Central Canada, Leatherboy runner-up was Matthew Mullins of the Southern California Region. Five men competed for Leather Sir, eight for Leatherboy and two for Community Bootblack.

Honors voted upon by the contestants were: Golden Brush for Bootblack contestant Gil Susy from Central Canada, Golden Paddle for Leatherboy contestants to Gizzmo from the Southwest Region and Golden Whip to Leather Sir contestant Mark Eddy.

 

 

images/club-logos/Beyond Vanilla Logo.pngBeyond Vanilla will be held September 26-28 in Dallas, Texas, celebrating almost a quarter of a century on fun in the Lone Star State. Hotel Rooms are going fast at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Downtown Dallas. Reserve yours in the Beyond Vanilla block to get the lowest rate. In addition to discounts in overnight parking.

The fun begins Thursday evening at 6 PM at The Dallas Eagle for the Beyond Vanilla Kick-Off. A complimentary shuttle bus will be running to and from the Crowne Plaza and The Dallas Eagle from 5:30 PM to 2 AM. Early Check-In will be available at The Eagle so you can avoid the lines on Friday.

Friday registration opens at 10 AM, with Vending, and Silent Auction opening at 12:30 PM. Workshops run from 1-6:30 PM. The night's entertainment starts at 7 PM.

Saturday will pry eyes open at at 8:30 AM when Vending, and Silent Auction opens. Workshops start at 9 AM and run all day with a break for lunch.

 

Beyond Vanilla will be held September 26 in Dallas, Texas, celebrating almost a quarter of a century on fun in the Lone Star State. Hotel Rooms are going fast at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Downtown Dallas. Reserve yours in the Beyond Vanilla block to get the lowest rate. In addition to discounts in overnight parking.

The fun begins Thursday evening at 6 PM at The Dallas Eagle for the Beyond Vanilla Kick-Off. A complimentary shuttle bus will be running to and from the Crowne Plaza and The Dallas Eagle from 5:30 PM to 2 AM. Early Check-In will be available at The Eagle so you can avoid the lines on Friday.

Friday registration opens at 10 AM, with Vending, and Silent Auction opening at 12:30 PM. Workshops run from 1-6:30 PM. The night's entertainment starts at 7 PM.

Saturday will pry eyes open at at 8:30 AM when Vending, and Silent Auction opens. Workshops start at 9 AM and run all day with a break for lunch.