Rodeo announcer, rodeo association exec and drone racing exec Joe Scully describes what rodeo and drone racing have in common. Justen OeDell of Team Equine shares his thoughts on the role of the firm’s 25 endorsees.
We speak with Cassie Emerson of FloRodeo.com which produces and distributes online news and features covering 23 different sports and Ruth Nicolaus provides tips she has learned from providing marketing support for numerous rodeos held in small and mid-sized markets. Listen in…
Tina Tonascia, Chief Operations Officer of the Santa Maria (CA) Elks Rodeo will share some of the promotional events her team has created including a kids event for 6,000 third graders while Casey Mahoney will discuss how he has capitalized on team roping’s popularity to create a fast growing on-line competition.
Ernest Lee of RodeoTax.com discusses how specific income tax rules and regulations apply to rodeo contestants, specialty acts and others in the sport and Kirby Cannon gives a little insight to building an association from the ground up.
Kelly Trace whose internet marketing firm represents the Silver Spurs and Ram National Circuit Finals rodeos offers advice to rodeo committees and Sarah Bohnenkamp talks about the importance of a positive mental attitude in a competitive environment.
Jason Hetland of The Rodeo Roundup talks about the planning and scope of his programs and Chris White from Chase Hawks Memorial Foundation discusses the origin of the multi-event weekend that make up what’s known as The Chase Hawks.
Michael O’brien PBR’s regional marketing director in Dallas talks about the IRON Cowboy bull riding event that will be part of The American Rodeo in Dallas next month while veteran online rodeo broadcaster Steve Kenyon shares his perspective about rodeo and online radio.
RFD TV ‘s Chief Marketing Officer Billy Frey shares the reasons why The American has had such great success and previews the 2017 version coming in February. Val Smith of Rodeo Graphics shares her experience developing marketing programs for rodeos and contestants. The rodeo marketing tip features call to action action points.
Chance Schuknecht of Silver Lining Herbs discusses the company’s use of videos featuring its endorsees to help market its herbs for dogs and horses. Jackie Ferrando, special event marketing director for Boyd Gaming describes the company’s long involvement with rodeo including its recent sponsorship of the Cinch/Boyd Gaming Chute Out Rodeo
Rodeo clown Gizmo McCracken talks about pursuing a dream and making it happen and WPRA Today host Kendra Dickson tells us how she wears many hats successfully and how everyone can participate in promoting their sport.
Rodeo News editor Lacey Stevens talks about how the magazine embraces new media and new technology to provide the best coverage for readers and advertisers alike. Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls director Jennifer Welch Nicholson talks about how specialty acts can play an important roll in event marketing.
Cody Corbett, producer and host of Team Roper TV talks about the growth of instructional and entertainment team roping video and Ginger Meyer reviews the impact that Little Britches rodeo has on the sport and its value to sponsors.
Chelsea Toy, editor of Spin to Win magazine will talk about covering the Team Roping world while Cory Wiese, rodeo and ranch marketing manager for Yeti Coolers will discuss the value the company sees in its rodeo involvement .