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2014 Gerry Rodeo July 30 – August 2

General Admission:  $13 Adults, $7 Children 3-12

Combination Show & Dinner Ticket:  $22 Adults, $12 Children

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Roast Beef Dinners @ Gerry Rodeo

By Paul Cooley (media_relations@gerryrodeo.org), July 21, 2014
 From left: Lucas Atwell, rodeo chairman Tom Atwell, Bruce Gustafson, and Jesse Atwell begin splitting the wood which Gustafson, as head chef, will use to cook nearly 5000 pounds of beef during the rodeo.

From left: Lucas Atwell, rodeo chairman Tom Atwell, Bruce Gustafson, and Jesse Atwell begin splitting the wood which Gustafson, as head chef, will use to cook nearly 5000 pounds of beef during the rodeo.

Not only does the Gerry Volunteer Fire Department’s annual rodeo give the area a chance to experience outstanding professional rodeo competition, but approximately 4000 food lovers line up during the four-day event for the once-a-year opportunity to enjoy one of the most unusual dinners served anywhere.

The main attraction is the roast beef that is cooked for eight hours over open wood fires. Fire department president Bruce Gustafson, who also serves as the head chef, says that they began cooking at 5:00 each  (Read More Here)

Hollywood Harris signed for 70th annual Gerry Rodeo

By Paul Cooley (media_relations@gerryrodeo.org), June 18, 2014

 

“Hollywood” Harris will be challenging the bulls and entertaining the fans at the 70th annual Gerry Rodeo.

“Hollywood” Harris will be challenging the bulls and entertaining the fans at the 70th annual Gerry Rodeo.

One of the top entertainers in professional rodeo has been signed as the clown and barrel man for the 70th Gerry Fire Department’s PRCA rodeo scheduled for five performances from July 30 through August 2.  Clifton “Hollywood” Harris is in his 30th year of entertaining fans and performs in more than 40 rodeos across the country each year, including appearances at the Professional Bull Riders Finals and the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. (Read More Here)

Clovis Crane makes history at the
First Frontier Finals Rodeo 

By Paul Cooley (media_relations@gerryrodeo.org), February 8, 2014clovis crane

Last summer’s winner of the All-Around Cowboy title at the Gerry Fire Department’s PRCA rodeo has set a record unprecedented in pro rodeo history at the recent Dodge Ram First Frontier Finals Rodeo in Harrisburg, Pa., as he won four year-end championships and did it while competing on a badly broken right leg.

Clovis Crane of Lebanon, Pa., claimed season championships in the saddle bronc, bareback, and bull riding events and, as a result, was also named All-Around Cowboy, making him the first four event circuit winner ever, breaking the record of three held by more than a dozen cowboys, several of whom are members of the Hall of Fame.(Read More Here)

Free Rodeo Camp at Gerry – April 26, 2014

By Paul Cooley (media_relations@gerryrodeo.org), February 4, 2014

The Rodeo Committee of the Gerry Fire Department’s annual pro rodeo has just received news that for the second consecutive year they have been chosen by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys’ Association to host one of only twelve free Rodeo Camps that are held across the nation in 2014. (Read More Here)

Presale Tickets Now Available

By Mike Sharp (media_relations@gerryrodeo.org), November 30, 2013

Have a parent or grandparent that you can never buy a present for? We have the answer, 2014 Gerry Rodeo Tickets!! Support the Gerry Volunteer Fire Department and get your tickets now. Presale tickets are 10% off normal prices, and dates for the 2014 Rodeo are July 30 – August 2, 2014. Tickets can be purchased online at TicketFly or by calling the Rodeo Office at 888.985.4847 and leaving a message.

 

Gerry Rodeo Participants Shine At National Finals

By Paul Cooley (media_relations@gerryrodeo.org), December 19, 2013

Names familiar to fans of the Gerry Volunteer Firemen’s PRCA rodeo made headlines at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas last week.

This 10-day nationally televised event features the top 15 contestants in each of the seven rodeo events, based on their earnings over the past year, competing for $6,250,000 in prize money. (Read More Here)