Alumni and Friends of Colorado State University can Save on Tickets to CSU Day at the National Western Stock Show

CSU Day at the National Western Stock Show — Saturday, Jan. 18 — will be filled with rodeo, giveaways, pictures with CAM the Ram and plenty of green and gold.

A $17-$22 rodeo ticket includes entry to the Stock Show grounds, the 11 a.m. Pro Rodeo, mutton bustin’ competitions, entertainment and more.

For more information, call (303) 376-2624 or (800) 286-2586, or e-mail To purchase tickets, visit and click on the registration link. Be sure to enter the promo code, NWSSCSU.

CSU System Chancellor Mike Martin and other members of the Board of Governors will kick off the 11 a.m. rodeo with an entrance on the National Western Stock Show’s stage coach. CSU football players also will be featured at the rodeo on CSU Day in honor of the team’s victory over Washington State in this year’s Gildan New Mexico Bowl.

The National Western Stock Show is Jan. 11-26 at the National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St., Denver. Plan to stop by the CSU exhibit booth on the third floor of the Hall of Education for information on academic programs, free giveaways and more.

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 for over a century. Today, the partnership between the National Western Stock Show and Colorado State remains strong.

“The National Western Stock Show continues its history of generous giving and support of Colorado State. The Stock Show is the largest individual annual scholarship donor in the College of Agricultural Sciences,” said Rick Brase, director of development.

Tour CSU’s Ag Adventure, an interactive educational exhibit located next to the CSU booth. The Ag Adventure exhibit includes hands-on displays from a variety of Colorado commodity groups and trade organizations. Ag Adventure teaches children and other visitors about livestock production, crop production, animal husbandry, land stewardship and the “farm-to-plate” process through a series of entertaining activities.

The Ag Adventure exhibit and CSU booth are open daily during the entire run of the 2014 National Western Stock Show.