The Crush Goes Mile High

The Crush Goes Mile High

Lee and Tiffany among OC talent at Colorado Cabela's openings

Lee & Tiffany Lakosky, hosts of "The Crush with Lee & Tiffany," are among the Outdoor Channel personalities helping Cabela’s open stores in the Denver area.


Cabela's is celebrating the grand opening of two stores in Lone Tree and Thornton, and the Lakoskys will be making appearances along with Michael Waddell, Mark and Terry Drury and Will Primos.

One of America's most popular hunting couples, Lee and Tiffany are slated to make a special guest appearances at both openings. They will be on hand to meet-and-greet outdoor enthusiasts, provide expert advice from some of their most memorable hunts; share information on what products they enjoy most; and hand out Outdoor Channel gear.

Despite making their way to "The Mile-High" metro area, the hunting duo are as down-to-earth as can be. In their reality-based outdoor program, "Crush with Lee & Tiffany," Lee and Tiffany offer up fast-paced bowhunting and archery excitement as they regularly tag some of the best looking whitetails each week. Their meteoric rise to fame in the hunting industry is due in part to a combination of their youthful energy, sharp hunting skills, tireless work ethic and devotion to their fan base.


Marking the first time Cabela's will open two stores in the same metro area on the same day, the 110,000-square-foot Lone Tree store and the 90,000-square-foot Thornton store features gun libraries with rare collectible firearms, specialty delis serving the likes of elk and wild boar sandwiches, indoor archery ranges, walls lined with taxidermy displays and aquariums housing an array of native fish species -- aside from thousands of quality outdoor products.

The Lakoskys can be found in the Thornton stores' camping section as you enter the building. At the Lone Tree store, they will be nestled in the hunting department to spotlight the great American pastime.

Primos, host of “Primos Truth About Hunting,” kicks off the weekend with an appearance Friday at the Lone Tree location from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. He will be at Thornton from 3-5 p.m.


On Saturday, the Lakoskys will be at Lone Tree from 9-11 a.m. then hit Thornton from 1-3 p.m. Mark and Terry Drury of "King of the Spring presented by RAM," "Bow Madness," "BioLogic and Drury's Wildlife Obsession" & "Dream Season: The Journey," will be at Lone Tree from 2-6 p.m.

Waddell, of the "Bone Collector" & "Realtree Road Trips w/Michael Waddell," headlines the Sunday action with his visit to Lone Tree from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cabela's Lone Tree is located at 10670 Cabela Drive, and the Thornton store is at 14050 Lincoln Street, less than 40 minutes away.

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