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Cody Stampede Rodeo 100th Anniversary

Flashback 100 years ago to Buffalo Bill and his Wild West Show, highlighting the most talented cowboys of the day. The show became a national phenomenon, capturing the hearts of the West. However, after Wild Bill’s death in 1917 the show stopped. Only two years later, Clarence Williams brought it back, hosting the first Cody Stampede—named after William “Buffalo Bill” Cody. Now, in 2019, we celebrate the century-long tradition with a week-long event, The Cody Stampede Rodeo.

Cody Stampede Rodeo

We celebrate our 100th anniversary, highlighting the rodeo’s rich century-long history as the Rodeo Capital of the World.

Over 800 Contestants

$400,000 Purse

Held June 30th - July 4th

ProRodeo’s Largest One Header Rodeo!

2019 PRCA Rodeo Hall of Fame Inductee!

Sitting at the edge of the Yellowstone National park, Cody Wyoming, showcases what makes America beautiful. Named after William Fredrick “Buffalo Bill” Cody, it houses the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s five museums. It was named Wyoming’s most beautiful small town (by MSN).

Stampede Schedule

Clint Black Concert

This year Clint Black celebrates the 30th anniversary of his groundbreaking debut album, Killin’ Time. He joins us at the Cody Stampede Park for an evening with Clint Black. Admission is free and sponsors will receive special VIP passes. Don't miss it!

PRCA Xtreme Bulls

The Cody Stampede invites you to watch the PRCA's top 40 bull riders matched against the PRCA's best-bucking bulls to compete for well over $15,000 in cash. Enjoy the added excitement of the Wrangler Bullfighters Only.

Cody Stampede Rodeo

The 100th Anniversary of the Cody Stampede Rodeo kicks off on Monday, July 1st, 2019. Gates open at 6 pm with opening ceremonies at 8 pm. Monday is also a family night at the Rodeo, with Children 6 and under free. July 2nd and July 3rd the gates open at 6:00 and the rodeo begins at 8:00. The Cody Stampede ends with a bang on July 4th, the gates open at 3:00 with the rodeo starting at 5:00, with fireworks to follow.

Stampede Parade

The Cody Stampede hosts two parades in the city of Cody. The first starts at 9:30 am on July 3rd and the second July 4th at 9:30 am.

“Oozes American history and a distinct Old West frontier vibe”

– President Anthony Imperato, Henry Repeating Arms

Buffalo Bill Exhibit

The Cody Stamped has garnered international attention over its 100 years. Now, a prominent piece in the new Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Whoop it Up! Exhibit. The museum showcases the history and current running of the Cody Stampeded.

Cody Nite Rodeo

Cody is the Rodeo Capital of the World. See the video above for highlights from last summer’s Cody Nite Rodeo. The Cody Nite Rodeo started in 1938 and is the longest running and the only nightly rodeo in the world, with 90 consecutive nights of rodeo. Mo Betta Rodeo Company and Tate family have been producing the nightly rodeo for more than 12 years and continue to make history.

The Experience

ROI

The Cody Stampeded establishes itself as a staple in the culture of the Wild West. Sponsors get the unique opportunity to be a part of American history, by supporting the 100th anniversary in the Rodeo Capital of the World.

Total Summer Attendance: 101,500

RFD-TV Broadcast of the Event: viewership over 1 million

Cody Nite Rodeo: 84,000 average attendance

Cody Stampede: 17,000 average attendance

Cody Stampede Rodeo.com Stats

  • Page Views: 277936
  • Unique Visitors 47716
  • Average Page View: 4.25
  • Organic Traffic: 59 percent

Sponsor a Tradition

Bronze Sponsorship Package

Branding:

  • 10x10 booth in Stampede Plaza (June 30-July 4)
  • Crow’s Nest or Exhaust Gates Naming
  • Mentions by Announcer
  • Weekly Social Media Posts

Guest Features:

  • Grandstand seating for 8 (all events)
  • Access to VIP events
  • 8 VIP tickets to Clint Black Concert June 27th

Advertising:

  • Website logo and social media placement
  • 30-second commercial on video board
  • 30-second commercial on RFD-TV broadcast (over 1-million views)
  • Placement on 3x4 Flag presented at opening ceremonies of each rodeo

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$20,000

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Silver Sponsorship Package

Branding:

  • 10x10 booth in Stampede Plaza (June 30-July 4)
  • Mention by Announcer
  • Weekly Social Media posts

Guest Features:

  • Grandstand seating for 8 (all events)
  • Access to VIP events
  • 8 VIP tickets to Clint Black Concert June 27th

Advertising:

  • Website logo and social media placement
  • 30-second commercial on video board
  • 30-second commercial on RFD-TV broadcast (over 1-million views)
  • Placement on 3x4 Flag presented at opening ceremonies of each rodeo

Includes:

+Grandstand Naming Rights

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$30,000

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Gold Sponsorship Package

Branding:

  • 10x10 booth in Stampede Plaza (June 30-July 4)
  • Mention’s by Announcer
  • Weekly Social Media Posts

Guest Features:

  • Grandstand seating for 8 (all events)
  • Access to VIP events
  • 8 VIP tickets to Clint Black Concert June 27th

Advertising:

  • Website logo and social media placement
  • 30-second commercial on video board
  • 30-second commercial on RFD-TV broadcast (over 1-million views)
  • Placement on 3x4 Flag presented at opening ceremonies of each rodeo

Includes:

+Grand Marshall of Parade
+Banner on Grand Marshall float
+Mentions by parade announcer
+Arena time during Stampede Performance with Marshal

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$45,000

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*Commercial production available upon request. Average cost for 30-second spot is $1,200.

Contact

Stampede Office

307.250.7548

director@codybuckleclub.com

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