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2010 National Finals Rodeo personnel

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Gold, silver and bronze. The announcing team selected for the 52nd Wrangler National Finals Rodeo isn’t just the most experienced group ever assembled for the task, but they are 1-2-3 in seniority.

ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee Bob Tallman will be working his record 23rd Wrangler NFR from behind the microphone and will be joined by Boyd Polhamus in his 15th NFR (12th consecutive) and Randy Corley.

With his 10th appearance, Corley breaks the tie with ProRodeo Hall of Famer Cy Taillon for status as the third-longest serving NFR announcer.

Tallman, Polhamus and Corley are all among the finalists for the 2010 PRCA Announcer of the Year Award, along with Wayne Brooks, Mike Mathis and Andy Stewart.

Sunni Deb Backstrom of Congress, AZ, will serve as the rodeo secretary for a record eighth time and the fifth in succession. Debi Davis of Nine Mile Falls, WA, and Vickie Shireman of Elk City, OK, will assist her.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Gold, silver and bronze. The announcing team selected for the 52nd Wrangler National Finals Rodeo isn’t just the most experienced group ever assembled for the task, but they are 1-2-3 in seniority.

ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee Bob Tallman will be working his record 23rd Wrangler NFR from behind the microphone and will be joined by Boyd Polhamus in his 15th NFR (12th consecutive) and Randy Corley.

With his 10th appearance, Corley breaks the tie with ProRodeo Hall of Famer Cy Taillon for status as the third-longest serving NFR announcer.

Tallman, Polhamus and Corley are all among the finalists for the 2010 PRCA Announcer of the Year Award, along with Wayne Brooks, Mike Mathis and Andy Stewart.

Sunni Deb Backstrom of Congress, AZ, will serve as the rodeo secretary for a record eighth time and the fifth in succession. Debi Davis of Nine Mile Falls, WA, and Vickie Shireman of Elk City, OK, will assist her.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Gold, silver and bronze. The announcing team selected for the 52nd Wrangler National Finals Rodeo isn’t just the most experienced group ever assembled for the task, but they are 1-2-3 in seniority.

ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee Bob Tallman will be working his record 23rd Wrangler NFR from behind the microphone and will be joined by Boyd Polhamus in his 15th NFR (12th consecutive) and Randy Corley.

With his 10th appearance, Corley breaks the tie with ProRodeo Hall of Famer Cy Taillon for status as the third-longest serving NFR announcer.

Tallman, Polhamus and Corley are all among the finalists for the 2010 PRCA Announcer of the Year Award, along with Wayne Brooks, Mike Mathis and Andy Stewart.

Sunni Deb Backstrom of Congress, AZ, will serve as the rodeo secretary for a record eighth time and the fifth in succession. Debi Davis of Nine Mile Falls, WA, and Vickie Shireman of Elk City, OK, will assist her.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Gold, silver and bronze. The announcing team selected for the 52nd Wrangler National Finals Rodeo isn’t just the most experienced group ever assembled for the task, but they are 1-2-3 in seniority.

ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee Bob Tallman will be working his record 23rd Wrangler NFR from behind the microphone and will be joined by Boyd Polhamus in his 15th NFR (12th consecutive) and Randy Corley.

With his 10th appearance, Corley breaks the tie with ProRodeo Hall of Famer Cy Taillon for status as the third-longest serving NFR announcer.

Tallman, Polhamus and Corley are all among the finalists for the 2010 PRCA Announcer of the Year Award, along with Wayne Brooks, Mike Mathis and Andy Stewart.

Sunni Deb Backstrom of Congress, AZ, will serve as the rodeo secretary for a record eighth time and the fifth in succession. Debi Davis of Nine Mile Falls, WA, and Vickie Shireman of Elk City, OK, will assist her.


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