Last Saturday's Newaukee "North Avenue Shamrock Stumble" was a huge success. With a turnout of more than 1,500, the East Side's drinking spots were packed all night long as Lee's Rehydration Station Bus, Westbury Bank, The City of Milwaukee, RPM Event Security, OnMilwaukee.com and, of course, Newaukee kept the event rolling along and as organized as you could expect for a pub crawl.
One of the event's activities asked pub crawlers to snap photos along the way. Teams rallied to show creativity and fun in a number of photo categories. OnMilwaukee.com is proud to present eight of the winners in the scroll above.
The remaining winning photos will be announced at the next Newaukee event on Thursday, March 25 at Crisp, 1323 E. Brady St.
Best East Side Photo -- Heather Iwen and the Hulkaholics
Best Dance -- Bumblebees
Best Hydration Station -- Jaclyn Carew, Sara Luckasson (tie)
Best Newaukee Photo -- Austin Nunn
Best OnMilwaukee Shot -- Team Blarney Rubble
Best Team Hug -- Sloan's Suitees
Best Effort -- Greg Sopa's Team
That was a nice little Saturday afternoon in the books. All the Pics on the facebook page are priceless. Thanks to all the 18 establishments, ian's pizza, and OnMilwaukee.com for the help on the event. Already looking forward to next year.
Awesome time last weekend! It got a little fuzzy towards the end, but from everything I remember everyone had a great time! Met a lot of new people and I think the energy was great. Thanks to MilwaukeeDrinks.com, Pretty Boy Promotions, and NEWaukee and all of the participating bars for hosting. Looking forward to bringing the team back next year (along with the Shotski)
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