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STAMPEDE DAY FOUR: AND THE HIT’S JUST KEEP ON COMIN’!

07/06/2014

NEWS RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release

Andy Segal

Media and Communications Manager

Greeley Stampede

970-356-7787

 

 

STAMPEDE DAY FOUR: AND THE HIT’S JUST KEEP ON COMIN’!

 

June 29, 2014 (GREELEY, CO) The Greeley Stampede was back at it for another full day of carnival, food and GREAT music, not necessarily in that order. 

The Pancake Breakfast kicked off the day with a grateful crowd of consumers indulging in fine cuisine of pancakes, eggs and sausages.  Many participants made their way to the Stampede Arena to take in Cowboy Church with Pastor Shorty and his guests Buddy Jewel and Gospel Trail Ministries.

The park opened at 11:00 and all of the festival activities got after it.  Food court was hoppin’ with the new options like Walking Dorito Taco is with Doritos Nacho cheese chips in the bag (thus making it easy to walk around and eat) with chicken or beef, beans, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, and cheese from Nana’s Bar-B-Q, tender smoked pork from Hungry Hal’s Bar-B-Q and Roadshow and too many more to mention.

At 1:00 pm the PRCA PRO Rodeo took care of “Binnus” with Hadley Barrett and Will Rasmussen announcing, Rockin’ Robbie Hodges entertaining and Bull Fighters Lance Brittan, Lloyd Ketchum, and Wacey Munsell getting between the bulls and the cowboys.  There were about 4,600 in attendance at the Rodeo to witness all of the cowboys and cowgirls feats of bravery. See the attached results list.

The Free Stage featured one talented band after another. The Centennial Village captured the hearts and minds of all visitors with their Living History events which included: A Tomahawk Throw, a Historic Home Tour, Showdown at Centennial Village a glimpse into what would have happened in a shootout between the lawful and lawless, and many more activities.

Billy Currington with special guests LoCash Cowboys worked the audience like a Slack Key guitar with a beach party twist while the 9,500 fans found out that “People Are Crazy,” and “That’s How Country Boys Roll.”

Up on for Monday, June 30th wear pink to show you are “Tough Enough To Wear Pink” to support Breast Cancer Awareness.  Then come out for all of the activities and the second day of PRCA Pro Rodeo action starting at 7:00 pm in the Stampede Arena.

Don’t forget, buy tickets to all other 2014 Greeley Stampede events by calling 970-356-7787 or online at GreeleyStampede.org.  Ticket Office is open 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., daily during the event. Go to GreeleyStampede.org or download the i-Phone and Droid app to see the complete Stampede schedule lineup and much more.

 

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