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Wyoming: College National Rodeo Finals to stay in Casper through 2022

CASPER, WY – The College National Finals Rodeo will remain in Natrona County for another 10 years, through 2022.

The contract extension was signed in a public ceremony at Casper City Hall on May 4, by officials of the city, county and the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.

“We could not be happier to be signing this extension,” NIRA Commissioner Roger Walters said in a statement. “The city of Casper, Natrona County and the state of Wyoming have created an exceptional home for the College National Finals Rodeo. We are honored to partner with these great entities and the great people of Wyoming.”

Community officials estimate that the CNFR, hosted by Casper since 1999, generates an economic impact of about $1 million annually.

This year’s CNFR will be held June 12-18 at the Casper Events Center.

CASPER, WY – The College National Finals Rodeo will remain in Natrona County for another 10 years, through 2022.

The contract extension was signed in a public ceremony at Casper City Hall on May 4, by officials of the city, county and the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.

“We could not be happier to be signing this extension,” NIRA Commissioner Roger Walters said in a statement. “The city of Casper, Natrona County and the state of Wyoming have created an exceptional home for the College National Finals Rodeo. We are honored to partner with these great entities and the great people of Wyoming.”

Community officials estimate that the CNFR, hosted by Casper since 1999, generates an economic impact of about $1 million annually.

This year’s CNFR will be held June 12-18 at the Casper Events Center.


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