Meet Pam Small, the Head Honcho

Multi-generational Montanan. Graduated from the University of Montana along with her husband.  Loves the outdoors and participating in or watching all sports.  Pam and her husband Brent have 3 daughters and a world famous chocolate lab named Molly. Their family participated and continues to participate in various activities… soccer, basketball, tennis, swimming, gymnastics, cross country, track, volleyball, triathlons, biking, hiking, skiing, and crossfit. Whew have they ever traveled!

Deciding to purchase Wizbang Hats this year was a direct reflection on their families need for these products.  Pam is excited to have workout apparel that can be washed and it still retains it’s size and shape.  Although, she can’t say the same for her:)!  Might be her love of desserts and the half n half in her coffee each morning.

Some random and fun facts about Pam. She stays busy cooking Gluten Free food for her family, attending year round sporting events,plays tennis, hikes, loves to mountain bike and road bike, tries to keep up with technology, church goer, enjoys the family cabin outside of Red Lodge, loves talking and traveling, hates skunks,  enjoys hosting team dinners and decorating school lockers, knows random health facts, went skydiving, enjoys boating on Flathead Lake, played hockey, loves snorkeling and ziplining, bonfires, did triathlons, volunteer barista in high school,”speaks spanglish”, loves camping, comfortable shoes, laughing, roasting marshmallows, decorating for holidays, quit golf,  loves architecture and home decor, eating raw cookie dough, stand up paddle boarding, favorite colors this year are brown and grey, loves dancing(taught myself how to Dougie), wake surfing,  enjoys all people, can’t keep a car fueled or clean, and makes some mean caramel corn (grandma’s recipe)!

Pam has fond memories of growing up in the Big Sky State of Montana.  I am really good at the game “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” only I come up connections on how we might  know each other through various people!  Makes the “Big Sky” State feel like a “Small World”.