Rodeo Night in Rapid City

Local tradition is celebrated in this well-crafted Rodeo Night promotion from the ECHL Rush.

Well thought out promotion from the RUSH in Rapid City. The team has created a promotional night to help celebrate the local rodeo tradition and support the upcoming rodeo.  Complete with auctioned custom jersey and in-game promotions.  The team has also coordinated a ticket package for three events (game, a breakfast and rodeo).

(RAPID CITY, SD) – The Rapid City Rush, proud ECHL affiliate of the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes, announced that the team’s inaugural “Rodeo Night” will take place on Saturday, January 23rd, against the rival Utah Grizzlies.

For the first time in Rush history, the team will host “Rodeo Night”, honoring the official state sport of South Dakota. Additionally, the game serves as the Rush’s way of helping salute the Black Hills Stock Show & Rodeo and Rodeo Rapid City, which are set to begin in the week after. (team PR)

Their game will include the opening of the Cowboy Bar, located in Rushmore Plaza Civic Center with a “meet-and-greet” with present and past rodeo champions and rodeo queens will take place.

During the intermission, the team will honor top-ranked professional cowboys and cowgirls from the state of South Dakota. Rush players will wear a specialty jersey that will be auctioned off following the Saturday night contest.

Rodeo Hat Trick” Ticket Packages are being offered, they include:

  • Ticket to the “Rodeo Night” hockey game on 1/23
  • Ticket to “Broncs for Breakfast” on 2/3/12 at the Central States Fairgrounds
  • Ticket to Rodeo Rapid City PRCA Rodeo & Freestyle Bullfights on 2/4

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