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UTAH REGIONAL SERIES

ONE MORE CHANCE TO QUALIFY


The new Wild Card Challenge will send 4 Regional Series competitors to Las Vegas for the World Championship! At the end of the regional season, the bricklayers that post the top 4 adjusted brick counts will win a FREE ride to Vegas and chance at becoming the 2021 World’s Best Bricklayer!

Brian Tuttle Named Utah’s Best Bricklayer

West Jordan, UT – The best masons in Utah and the surrounding region came together to test their skill, speed and stamina by battling to see who could build the biggest and best 26-foot-long brick wall in one hour while using superior craftsmanship. The winning team is determined by a judging panel that detract brick from the total number of bricks laid based on workmanship infractions. The event is one of several SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500® Regional Series competitions to be held across North America in 2020. The winner of each regional qualifies to compete in the 2021 World Championship at the World of Concrete expo in Las Vegas.

Six teams of masons and tenders lined the arena at Interstate Brick in West Jordan, UT ready to prove they’re the best craftsmen in the region. Mason Brian Tuttle and mason tender Scott Tuttle with Quik Trowel Masonry in Clearfield, UT took home top honors with an adjusted brick count of 686. The Tuttles also took home the award SPEC MIX TOP CRAFTSMAN which goes to the team with “most-sellable” wall. All in all Brian and Scott earned $1100 in cash, a free trip to Las Vegas for the World Championship, $200 gift card from Ford Trucks, Marshalltown tool bag, Stabila Level and the title, “Utah’s Best Bricklayer.” 

Widely referred to as the “Road to Las Vegas,” the Regional Series is the Masonry Industry’s most notorious event that tests the speed, skill, and stamina of bricklayers by building the best 26-foot-long brick wall in just one hour. The stakes are high as only one mason per regional competition will advance to Las Vegas at the World of Concrete trade show with a chance to win the title “World’s Best Bricklayer.” The contest’s total purse is worth over $100,000 with the champion taking home the lion’s share which includes a new FORD F250 Super Duty 4×4 truck coupled with $15,000 in cash and prizes.

2020 UTAH REGIONAL RESULTS

FIRST PLACE AND TOP CRAFTSMAN

MASON

Brian Tuttle

TENDER

Scott Tuttle

COMPANY

Quik Trowel Masonry
Clearfield, UT

BRICK COUNT

686

PRIZE AMOUNT

$600 and $500 for TOP CRAFTSMAN

2ND PLACE

MASON

Trint Pierce

TENDER

Alex Groesbeck

COMPANY

Pierce Masonry
Lethbridge, AB

BRICK COUNT

587

PRIZE AMOUNT

$500

3RD PLACE

MASON

Donny Woolsey

TENDER

Juan Valasquez

COMPANY

AK Masonry
West Jordan, UT

BRICK COUNT

378

PRIZE AMOUNT

$300

The SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500® was established by SPEC MIX in 2003 to showcase the skill and craftsmanship of professional masons. It is featured as the headliner event of MASONRY MADNESS™ Day during the World of Concrete and recognized as the masonry industry’s premier bricklaying competition with a total purse estimated at $125,000 that annually awards the title, “World’s Best Bricklayer”. Each year there are a series of preliminary SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500 Regional Qualifying Events held throughout North America to determine who will compete in the SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500 World Championship. The Championship finale draws as many as 6,000 spectators with thousands of live webcast viewers who tune in to watch this bricklayer battle.

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