Avalanche’s very own Mrs. Adrienne Cook

In the summer of 2013, Adrienne, or as some of us call her “mama duck”, became a member of the Avalanche Harley-Davidson family. Don’t ask how she got her nick name, none of us know either…

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Her family has been very supportive of her by attending a lot of the events that occur on and off site at the dealership.

adrienne's brother

(Adrienne’s brother and the contestants from the Red White and Blue Bikini Contest)

One gentleman who came to almost every event was her boyfriend at the time, and is now her husband Christopher!

adrienne and chris

(Adrienne and Christopher at the 2nd Chance Prom Bike Night)

The two were wed this fall at Bear Creek Lake Park, shortly after the flood that struck Colorado.

bear creek lake wedding

The groom and his men rode up to the wedding on their Harley Davidson motorcycles, and lined them up on the side of the ceremonial cite like horses at a stable.

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After exchanging their vows and saying “I DO” the two shared a passionate kiss and began celebrating with friends and family.

the kiss

Adrienne’s step read an original poem he dedicated to her, and then they cut the cake!! Even a few members of the Avalanche Harley-Davidson staff were able to join the celebration!!

the cake

Talk about a fairy tale ending…. The two were even able to ride off into the sunset together on his Harley to their honeymoon!!

the toast

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One thought on “Avalanche’s very own Mrs. Adrienne Cook

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