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3D Bull Riding Inc. brings Okanagan PBR Challenge presented by Noralta Lodge to Kelowna
Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Touring Pro Division makes debut at Prospera Place
KELOWNA, British Columbia (May 25, 2017) — 3D Bull Riding Inc. is proud to announce the Okanagan PBR Challenge presented by Noralta Lodge on August 2nd, 2017 at Prospera Place.
The Okanagan PBR Challenge presented by Noralta Lodge starts at 7:30pm on August 2nd and is the only British Columbia stop on the 2017 PBR Canada Touring Pro Division schedule.
“I’ve been talking with Prospera Place for a number of years on hosting an event of this calibre,” said Jason Davidson of 3D Bull Riding Inc. “I was pleased to meet with my friend Lance Torgerson, who is the founder of presenting sponsor Noralta Lodge, from there the plans were put in motion.”
“It’s the hottest ticket in the hottest place to be in August,” said Davidson.
Tickets start at only $39.50 and will go on sale online through SelectYourTickets.com on Friday May 26th at 10am, the Box Office at 1223 Water Street, or by calling (250) 762-5050.
Okanagan area fans will be treated to competition featuring Canada’s top bull riders and bucking bull athletes. Scheduled to compete in Kelowna are 2013 PBR Canada Champion Zane Lambert, current PBR Canada points leader Jared Parsonage of Maple Creek, SK not to be out-done by BC’s very own Jake Gardiner of Fort St. John and Jackson Scott of Kamloops.
The 2017 3D Bull Riding Tour makes stops in Alberta centres of Lethbridge, Magrath and Wanham and in Lashburn, North Battleford and Manor, Saskatchewan.
The PBR Canada Touring Pro (CTP) is the developmental tour of PBR Canada, where established veterans and newcomers to the professional ranks compete against some of the most famous bucking bulls. The CTP gives riders the opportunity to compete in PBR Canada-sanctioned events while earning money to qualify for the Monster Energy Tour and prestigious Canadian National Finals.
About 3D Bull Riding Inc: Jason and Twyla Davidson incorporated 3D Bull Riding Inc. in 2002. As a professional Bull Fighter, Jason grew up around the industry and became one of the most decorated Bull Fighters in Canadian history. 3D Bull Riding Inc. has been contracted to produce events across Canada, from Chilliwack, British Columbia, to Halifax, Nova Scotia, including the PBR Canada National Finals in Calgary, Alberta. 2017 will mark 18 years in the production business for 3D Bull Riding Inc. The company has a tremendous following of fans and sponsors. Corporate sponsors have recognized the level of professionalism 3D Bull Riding Inc. has to offer. Follow 3D Bull Riding on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. For more information please visit www.3DBullRiding.com
Professional Bull Riders (PBR), which has events in five countries and is available in more than 400 million homes globally, has competed in Canada since 1996. The PBR Canada Touring Pro Division is made up from of grassroots level and small town markets of bull riding in Canada. Points earned at Canadian events count towards qualification to the elite PBR Canadian Championship. Upon the conclusion of the Championship, the bull rider with the most regular season and Championship points is crowned the PBR Canada Champion. Points won at all Canadian events count toward qualifying on the prestigious PBR Built Ford Tough Series and PBR Built Ford Tough World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada. Rogers Place in Edmonton, AB will be the first-ever Canadian host of the PBR Global Cup on November 9-11, 2017. The three-day event will feature the world’s best bull riders from Canada, the United States, Mexico, Brazil and Australia, all competing for their country and a Canadian-record purse of $1,000,000, the second-largest payout in North America next to the PBR World Finals in Las Vegas. For more information on PBR Canada, go to www.pbrcanada.com, or follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pbrcanada or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/pbrcanada
For more information, contact:
Ted Stovin, 3D Bull Riding Inc., firstname.lastname@example.org