FWSSR 2022 Spring Newsletter

SPECIAL DEALS ON STOCK SHOW SWAG! You can still score that favorite hat, hoodie, vest, t-shirt, water bottle, tumbler and other cool merchandise. Sizes and styles for women, men and youth. Special deals can be found at Shop FWSSR. JOIN THE TREND - GET YOUR DICKIES ARENA CLUB SEATS! Premium Club Seats are an exclusive membership providing incredible ticket options for all arena events, club access, year-round parking, premier service and an opportunity for you and your guests to make lasting memories! For more information contact premiumseating@dickiesarena.com or 817-402-9100. STOCK SHOW RECEIVES GOLDEN DEEDS AWARD The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo was honored May 5 with the Golden Deeds Award by the Exchange Club of Fort Worth. The award, first bestowed in 1924 to Amon G. Carter, honors a person or organization for exceptional service to the Fort Worth community. News Briefs FWSSR Calendar 2 TENTATIVE 2023 RODEO SCHEDULE Best of the West Ranch Rodeo – Jan. 13 & 14 Best of Mexico Celebraciòn – Jan. 15 Cowboys of Color Rodeo – Jan. 16 Bulls’ Night Out Xtreme Bull Riding – Jan. 17 & 18 Texas Champions Challenge – Jan. 19 FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Jan. 20 thru Feb. 4 SEPTEMBER 12 Rodeo Tickets on Sale to the Public: It’s not too early to be thinking about 2023 rodeo tickets. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Monday, September 12. Presale orders will be taken the week prior. SEPTEMBER 15 Premium Lists (entry rulebooks) Go Online Entries Accepted: Livestock, Horses, Poultry, Pigeons and Rabbits and Justin Mutton Bustin’ OCTOBER 6 Shoot for Scholarships Sporting Clay Tournament: Returning in 2022, shooters will raise funds for the Stock Show’s new Junior Shooting Sports competition and the Aim for Education scholarship initiatives. Four-person teams will compete for buckles and other prizes presented at an awards dinner following the tournament. OCTOBER 8 FWSSR Junior Shooting Sports Competition: The inaugural competition will be open to 4-H and FFA members in grades 6 to 12. Competition format will be a three-course, two-flight sporting clay tournament. More than $20,000 in premiums will be awarded. Additional information at FWSSR.COM will be available in mid-May as well as future newsletters and eblasts. L to R – Ceremony MC, Neils Agather; FWSSR Chairman, Ed Bass; and Exchange Club Pres. Kelly Thompson