"We're just cleaning up after a great rally. We had great attendance, a lot of people came out and supported the causes we have here in Northwest Arkansas," Danny Spears, one of three trash generals for the Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally said.
True to form for the charitable rally, the clean up crews even have a cause of their own.
"People ask me every year, they tell me, you couldn't pay me to do what you do, and I say they couldn't pay me either. I do this for children's charities and that's what Kiwanis main focus is," he said.
Danny Spears is in his third year working for the rally, but he's also a member of the Kiwanis Club in Fayetteville.
"That is why we do this. This is about 50 percent of our budget for the year we get paid to help clean up, so we support children's charities both locally and internationally."
Spears coming back year after year has benefited the clean up crew too.
"We've been doing it long enough, we have a pretty good scenario down, we pretty much can predict what's gonna happen for the most part," he said.
Working nearly 5 hours ahead of schedule, Dickson Street has shaped up, back to its pre-rally glory.
"We hope it looks better. We're going to do our best to make it that way,"
Plus, about 50 volunteers from the Lincoln High School booster club also helped fix up Dickson.
"It kinda makes you proud of them. I'm an alumni from Lincoln and to see Lincoln kids out here working when others could be in bed sleeping or you know other things, but we jump out here and work and I'm real proud of them," Lincoln High School Athletic Director, Deon Birkes said.
They've all finished a job Saturday few want to do, but all want done.
"We've had lot of other groups step up and help. This is not a fun job for the most part but we try and make it fun," Spears said.