A great event for the North American Society for Trenchless Technology
Bubba just completed another successful private event In Orlando Florida for the North American Society for Trenchless Technology/Benjamin Media.
Here is what another satisfied client had to say:
T. Bubba Bechtol is a "no holds barred" comedian. He got quite a few laughs from our audience, who were mainly construction and engineering professionals. He was clean, current and very funny.
"the old Philisopher" from the Korn Field on Hee Haw
Navarre Beach Songwriter Festival
A night to remember!
This was a night to remember! Bubba had a great time when he re-opened the Grand Ole Opry after the big flood in May of 2010. Making the evening more memorable, Bubba brought along a bus load of his best fans/friends so they could also enjoy the special night!
Bubba doing a LIVE television show for Mardi Gras in Pensacola, FL
Bubba recently did a television taping to celebrate this year's Mardi Gras. Just thought we'd share this fun photo~~
T Bubba Bechtol....the #2 Bubba on Wikipedia!
Another "you can't make this stuff up" moment when we heard the news from Bubba.... "Hey guys this is funny, I made it to #2 Bubba on Wikipedia, right behind Bill Clinton, look at all the Bubba's both people, animals, books and film...unreal...T. Bubba Bechtol
You know you have arrived when you are the #2 Bubba on Wikipedia!
In American usage, bubba is a relationship nickname formed from brother and given to boys, especially eldest male siblings, to indicate their role in a family. For some boys and men, bubba is used so pervasively that it replaces the given name. The nickname may also be used outside the family by friends as a term of affection..
Because of its association with the southern part of the United States, bubba is also often used outside the South as a pejorative to mean a person of low economic status and limited education. Bubba may also be taken to mean one who is a "good ol' boy." In the US Army and Marines, bubba can mean a lay soldier, similar to grunt but with connotations of endearment instead of derision (e.g., "Can you make that device easier to work with, 'cus every bubba is gonna have to use it.").