Big Bend Ranch Rodeo Sponsorship Information

Big Bend Ranch Rodeo Sponsorships

$2500 SPONSOR: Program

Back cover of program
4 tickets to August rodeo
Banner in S.A.L.E. Arena and outdoor arena
Logo listing on BBRR website
Tickets to NIRA rodeo in September
Mention during each rodeo performance by announcer
Donor THANK YOU listing

$1500 SPONSOR:
Poster
Logo on poster
Business card sized ad in program
2 tickets to August rodeo
Banner in S.A.L.E. Arena and outdoor arena
Logo listing on BBRR website
Mention during each rodeo performance by announcer
Tickets to NIRA rodeo in September
Donor THANK YOU listing

$1000 each EVENT SPONSOR:
Team Sorting, Team Doctoring, Team Branding,
Bronc Riding, Wild Cow Milking, Mutton Bustin, Boot Scramble
Headline specific event during rodeo performance and in program
Business card sized ad in program
2 tickets to August rodeo
Banner in S.A.L.E. Arena
Logo listing on BBRR website
Mention during each rodeo performance by announcer
Donor THANK YOU listing

$750 each CHUTE SPONSOR:
Bucking Horses
Banner in S.A.L.E. Arena on specific bucking chute
Listing on BBRR website
Business card sized ad in program
2 tickets to Friday, August 11th rodeo performance
Mention during each rodeo performance by announcer
Donor THANK YOU listing

$500 Donation
Banner in S.A.L.E. Arena
Listing on BBRR website
Business card sized ad in program
2 tickets for Friday, August 11th rodeo performance
Mention during each rodeo performance by announcer
Donor THANK YOU listing

$100 Donation
Mention during each rodeo performance by announcer
Donor THANK YOU listing

$50 Donation
Donor THANK YOU listing

  Dear Potential 2017 Sponsor:

     The 2017 Big Bend Ranch Rodeo is just around the corner and we anticipate this year’s event to be bigger and better than ever.  Ranch rodeo events are growing in number every year from coast to coast, from Canada to Australia.  The largest, however, is in the number of spectators.  These audiences are made up of people from all walks of life: cowboys and their families, landowners, bank presidents, lawyers, accountants, doctors, secretaries, etc; all people who love the spirit of the American West.  August 11th and 12th we celebrate one faction of the industry that feeds our soul---ranching.  The Big Bend Ranch Rodeo would like to celebrate our cowboy heritage and we invite you to celebrate with us.
     To those of you who generously supported us last year, we say THANK YOU.  Because of you, Sul Ross State University is able to offer scholarships to young men and women who are pursuing an agriculturally based future.  Because of you, the Big Bend Ranch Rodeo will be bigger this year drawing in more people to see your ad in this year’s program.  We ask you to join us again and ride along as the Big Bend Ranch Rodeo grows.  To those of you who were unable to participate in 2016 we extend a warm invitation to you in 2017.
     The purpose of the Working Ranch Cowboy Association (WRCA) is to preserve the lifestyle of working ranch cowboys and to provide those cowboys and their families with financial assistance in time of hardship.  The purpose of a WRCA sanctioned ranch rodeo is to provide those cowboys an opportunity to educate the public about the everyday work of a working ranch.  The goal of the BBRR is to support the WRCA, to promote the far West Texas region by sending a representative to the championships, and to provide Sul Ross State University with scholarship monies for agriculture and rodeo students.
     The Big Bend Ranch Rodeo (BBRR) committee has already been hard at work making preparations for the August 11th-12th event.  This year’s rodeo will have two night performances where the competing teams earn points for each event in which they place.  The top point earning teams land an entry spot at the WRCA’s World Championship Ranch Rodeo in Amarillo, Texas this fall.
     In the 2017 BBRR we will continue our 2 full “go” format---each team will participate in each event on Friday night and each event on Saturday night…the team with the most points at the end of the rodeo will be the champion.
     In addition to the two evening performances, there will be the Friday morning Ranch Cutting Competition and the Saturday morning Ranch Horse Association of America (RHAA) competition and the Youth Working Cow Horse competition.  The events showcase a horse’s athleticism and ability to work a cow as well as the tender relationship between him and the rider. 
     Supporting the 2017 Big Bend Ranch Rodeo is a chance for you and/or your business to be identified both with the ranching heritage and as Sul Ross State University supporters.  We invite you all to spend this weekend being entertained by the best cowboys in the area and, at the same time, supporting some very worthwhile causes at the 2017 Big Bend Ranch Rodeo in Alpine, TX., August 11th-12th.
   Big Bend Ranch Rodeo Committee

Contributions or gifts to the Big Bend Ranch Rodeo, Inc. are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.  However, they may be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses.

  • The Big Bend Ranch Rodeo is now a 501c5 Corporation