Come one, come all, and save money on tickets to the National Western Stock Show. Colorado State University employees, families, friends and guests are eligible for discounted prices on reserved seating at the National Western Stock Show. The Stock Show is Jan. 7-22, 2012, at the National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St., Denver.
Prices offered are not available to the general public. Tickets purchased through this special offer are free of all service charges. Save $4.50 for every ticket ordered plus $2.25 on the order itself. An unlimited number of tickets may be ordered. Tickets must be purchased through the National Western Stock Show’s Group Services office. Discounts are not available at the Stock Show Box Office.
There are several events – from rodeos to Wild West shows – where staff, faculty and friends of CSU can receive discounted tickets. For more information, call (303) 295-2979 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For online orders, go to http://www.nationalwestern.com/tickets/group-tickets.aspx. Login or create an online account, then select an event from the pull-down menu. To receive the discount, use the online order code “NWSSGEN” in the “Group Code” field, and then click on “Apply Group Code.” Select the seating area, price and number of tickets. Include “Colorado State University” in the “Group/Company” field.
Colorado State University has a long and storied connection to the National Western Stock Show, one of Denver’s and the Rocky Mountain West’s most anticipated annual traditions.
While at the Stock Show, plan to stop by the CSU exhibit booth, located on the third floor of the Hall of Education, for information on academic programs, giveaways and more. The booth will be staffed during the entire 16-day run of the Stock Show. Among the exhibitors: Admissions, Alumni, Athletics, College of Agricultural Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Extension and Warner College of Natural Resources.
CSU’s Ag Adventure, located next to the CSU booth, is an interactive exhibit in conjunction with several Colorado commodity groups that will help teach children about where their food comes from. The exhibit includes information from the Colorado Department of Agriculture, Colorado Farm Bureau and commodity groups such as beef, dairy, eggs, potatoes, corn, wheat and honey producers.
Guided tours are offered to about 20,000 school-aged children from the Denver metro area during the weekdays and other busy times, but self-guided tours are also available during off-hours. In all, more than 70,000 people visited Ag Adventure last year.
CSU Day at the National Western Stock Show will be Saturday, Jan. 14. The day will include rodeos, CSU giveaways, mutton bustin’, photos with CAM the Ram and more. CSU Day at the Stock Show is a celebration of Western heritage and Ram pride.