When the work day is done at his Tulsa-based business Trailer Refrigeration Service, Jerry Rackley often invites employees, clients and friends alike to take a load off and enjoy a cold beer.  As a self-proclaimed expert, he felt like he knew the best method possible to chill down a case of beer.  After all, he is in the refrigeration business. So, he admits that initially he was skeptical of the mythical performance of YETI Coolers.But after a while his curiosity got the better of him, and he decided to go ahead and try it out for himself.  So he bought a 65 quart Tundra at his local YETI dealer and went straight to the convenience store.  He filled it up with 60 Coors Light beers, 20 lbs of ice, and two handfuls of Morton ice cream salt, and shut the lid.  After 30 minutes, he couldn’t wait any longer.  He opened the cooler and was astonished by the results. “We had slushy beers,” Rackley proclaimed. “I was amazed and a YETI believer from that moment on.”

via Salty Dawgs | YETI Coolers.

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Matt Jones is our Texas-grown media geek. Matt is responsible for all our graphic design, web creative, and photography. In addition to traveling the globe shooting much of our travel department’s imagery, you may also recognize many of Matt’s photos published in all forms of fly fishing media including the Drake and Fly Fish Journal as well as the use of his images in marketing and media for Patagonia Clothing Company, Costa Sunglasses, Loon Outdoors, Howler Bros, and much more. Matt is an avid angler, but almost never puts down the camera for the fly rod. He lives in Dallas with his wife Andi and golden retriever, Stinkley (Brinkley).

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