Long lines on the first day of 2015 Hmong J4


SUAB HMONG NEWS — Lao Family Foundation held its Annual Hmong Freedom Celebration or best known as Hmong J4 at McMurray field in St. Paul, Minnesota on the 2015 July 4th weekend.

There were long lines and about 2 hours waiting at the entry gates to get into the 2015 Hmong J4 event on the first day. Also a line about two blocks long of spectators waiting to get their free ride to the 2015 Hmong J4 event.
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Tzianeng Vaj, CEO for the 2015 HMONG J4, said the reason for the long lines and the long waiting to get into the event was due to not having enough staff worked at the gates and not having enough security tools to check the spectators.  Tzianeng Vaj also said there were eight buses to transport the spectators from the shuttle bus waiting area to the event.

2015 was the first time that Lao Family Foundation allowed to sell beer in side the event.

“The major improvement for next year is to get more people working in the event to reduce issues and to introduce more other activities than just sports” said Tzianeng Vaj.

Miss Hmong J4 Pageant competition was cancelled and not many entertainment compare to 2014 Hmong J4.

Tzianeng Vaj also said that an estimated more than 40,000 tickets sold on the first day.

Watch Suab Hmong News Highlight coverage of the 2015 Hmong J4 for more insight of the event.

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