Interested in becoming a Sponsor of the Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo? Take a look at our sponsorship brochure and give one of us a call.
Come on down to Humphreys Pub in Merrill on April 20th from 6-8 PM where we will be the guest bartenders. A percentage of the profits, and all of the tips will go to Tough Enough to Wear Pink. It’s going to be a great time so come join us!
If you’re looking for a great Brat or Burger, you’re in luck. Our committee will be cooking at Trig’s in Wausau on May 6th from 10-4 PM, or later, and at Trig’s in Rhinelander from 10-4 PM or later on May 27th. All proceeds will be split between Tough Enough to Wear Pink and the Never Forgotten Honor Flight.
All of the monies raised stay local. Our Tough Enough to Wear Pink monies go to Marshfield Clinic for Cancer awareness, education, screening, and research. Our Never Forgotten Honor Flight monies go to sending veterans from North Central Wisconsin on the Honor Flight to our nations capital.
TICKETS are available online now! Go to the Ticket page and order your Tickets now. You can pick them up at the rodeo office in the tent starting Friday June 9th at 5PM.
Justin Boots Best Footing Award
Lincoln County Rodeo Association President Bryan Bloch, right, and Vice President Pete Annis, left, receiving the 3rd place Justin Boots Best Footing Award from 2013 Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Barrel Racing Champion, Sherry Cervi, center. The award was presented at the WPRA Star Celebration held at the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa, Las Vegas.
Jim Campbell (right) and Mike Thompson (left) from the Never Forgotten Honor Flight accepting a check for $2665.00 from Bryan Bloch (center right) President of the Lincoln County Rodeo Association, Inc. who sponsor the Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo, and Jim Brickner (center left), President of Brickner Park City.
The Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo and their Ram Rodeo partner, Brickner Park City and the Brickner Family have always held the Armed Services in high regards for all of the sacrifices they have made to keep this country free and strong. So when the decision was made to honor the armed services with the Friday night rodeo performance “Military Appreciation Night”, it was a simple decision to honor our veterans by donating to the Never Forgotten Honor Flight. Bryan Bloch said “We hope this is just the beginning of a tradition at the Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo, and would like to see it continue in the future”. “It was an honor to be able to sponsor the Military Appreciation Night at the Rodeo and send 5 Lincoln County Veterans to Washington D.C. to see their Memorials” said Jim Brickner. “We all agree that next year is a go so put us on your calendar June 9th, 2017”. 2016 was our 3rd year of donating to the Never Forgotten Honor Flight.
Donations to local Groups and Causes
Pictured in the following gallery are check presentations to some of the groups who help us put on the Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo. Without their hard work, along with the work of our committee, the rodeo wouldn’t be possible.
Faith Life Youth Group $650.00
BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse) $250.00
Wisconsin Trail Blazers Sled Dogs $300.00
Mounted Search and Rescue $650.00
Corning All Stars 4H $650.00
Merrill Baseball Boosters $700.00
Pine River Fire Department $400.00
Merrill Amateur Radio Group $500.00
Merrill Eagles Club (not pictured) $1366.33
Tough Enough to Wear Pink (not pictured, amount not calculated until the end of the year)
We also donate to other groups and civic organizations by donating our time and efforts to their causes. We are a 100% not for profit organization, and all volunteer.
The Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo has been awarded the distinction of being the “BEST MEDIUM SIZE RODEO” in the Great Lakes Circuit of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy’s Association (PRCA) for 2011. Read More >
If you are interested in becoming a contestant for Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo Queen, email Lillie Bartelt or call her at 715.551.1121.