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The Gravel Club is a trademarked and copyrighted item that is registered under the Elk Creek family of companies. APPLICATION HERE
FREE GRAVEL The Gravel club is a membership for eligible members who live in the area around the gravel pit at Shaffers Crossing. The Gravel club was initiated in order to allow us to say thank you to the community for allowing us to have an active mining operation right here within this community where we live and work.
APPLICATION FORM HERE The way it works is that you show us proof that you are a resident within or community and swing by the office to fill out a 2 page application. Once we have you approved, we will issue a card (no, it isn’t laminated). Next bring your pickup truck (sorry, no trailers or sideboards) into the quarry in the normal traffic pattern. We will load you with several of the eligible products and weigh you out.
Your rock if free. Yep. no money. None. Like free
We reserve the right to refuse to load certain vehicles and suspend the members membership for any reason. There are no limits. We offer this as a privilege to those persons living in the community. If this privilege is abused we will simply stop loading people. Right now, we are working very very hard to ensure that you get the benefit for allowing us to mine here. Simply put, you trusted us, so we trust you.
You allow us to mine here. You deserve some credit for that. Once we are gone, so is the free gravel, so, so long as we are mining here we will continue to try to engage in this policy for as long as possible.
Free to members of the Gravel Club are the following products:
- class VI ABC (roadbase)
- crusher fines
- #57 stone (1 inch)
- 1-1/2″ stone
materials are available while supplies last. Not available on Saturdays, weekdays only. In case of materials shortages or other, paying customers come first. If you dont like the T & C, I suggest you find another rock quarry giving away rock for free. No over loads, no horseplay, stay in your vehicle, don’t try to boss the loader operator around, try giving him a tip (cash),
My customers are very important to me, my staff are even more. Please use some decorum around them, and be gracious. We acre about your safety and I care about theirs. They are extremely hardworking people and they don’t always remember to look behind them so if you park behind them, they will leave a permanent impression in your vehicle – we are not responsible for any damage you may incur while at or following your visit to the quarry and we want you to come back so please take care and slow down.