What’s Going On At The Rodeo Arena?


And Why Are They Doing It And Why Should I Care?

This week Texansunited.com caught a couple of rodeo club members and a little princess hard at work hanging the beautiful new sponsor signs out at the rodeo arena. So why are club members working so hard on the rodeo that will be bucking off on July 26, the National Day of the Cowboy?

Harry, Neil, and Dakota Dudley

Harry, Neil, and Dakota Dudley hanging the beautiful new signs at the Comanche rodeo arena

They’re doing it for one reason, and I know that I’m beginning to sound like a broken record (think kids even know what that means?): dollars, Dollars, DOLLARS!

 The bottom line is that events like a great rodeo bring people to town, and when people come to town they spend money. Plus, contestants and their friends and family often spend at least one night in the towns where they compete. That means that they go to our restaurants, sleep in our hotels, buy gas, and maybe even do a little shopping…thus, dropping a few tax dollars into the coffers that keep the city up and running.

Of course, if you can combine business with a GREAT rodeo and a lot of fun…well, then you’ve hit the Texas jackpot, haven’t you? And that is exactly what Comanche Roping Club members are planning…the best Comanche Rodeo ever!

Oh, and if you’d like to see your business or event featured on one of these great signs, give Harry Dudley a call. I believe at the time of this writing there are 2 spots left available. 325-356-3000

See you at the rodeo!

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