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Fay Ranches, Long Standing Sponsor of the Big Sky PBR

Big Sky PBR is grateful for Fay Ranches, an amazing partner of Big Sky PBR and with us every year since the inaugural event. Their support helps Big Sky PBR generate over $100,000 for charity every year and millions in economic impact for the area of Big Sky, Montana.” Ersin Ozer, Outlaw Partners.

The last weekend in July is considered “Big Sky’s Biggest Week”, welcoming nearly 15,000 people for the Big Sky PBR rodeo. This community event is quite the production. Over the 4-day period, this event utilizes  around 100 volunteers, 76 bucking bulls, over 40 cowboys, 5 live bands, and of course, sponsors. Fay Ranches has proudly been a Barrel and Golden Buckle sponsor of the PBR rodeo since day one.

Each year, the PBR donates back to the community with the proceeds that are raised from the Calcutta nightly auction, raffle ticket sales, and donations. In the last seven years, well over $300,000 has been raised to support nearly 10 different local charities.

The Big Sky PBR event was voted by the top 35 PBR bull riders in the world as ‘PBR Event of the Year’ at the NFR in 2016 for the fourth year in a row! Fay Ranches agrees. Our team not only looks forward to watching Big Sky come alive with the rodeo events, concerts and bystanders embracing the Montana lifestyle, but also supporting an event that strives to enhance our community.

Vinny Delgado and RJ Patterson, original Montanan’s and Fay Ranches ranch sales associates, enjoy their Golden Buckle sponsor seats at the PBR Big Sky 2018.

 

 

Oregon Fly Fishing

Oregon is often overlooked when it comes to fly fishing, but this diverse state has a wealth of fly fishing streams and lakes. Some even say that Oregon has the best year-round fly fishing in the United States. The Deschutes River and it’s tributaries are well known both for its incredible angling for native redside […]

Opportunities in Montana’s Ruby River Valley

The Ruby River begins in the high elevations of the Gravelly and Snowcrest Mountain Ranges of southwest Montana and flows for approximately 76 miles before it confluences with the Beaverhead River about two miles upstream from Twin Bridges.  In the town of Twin Bridges, the Beaverhead and Big Hole confluence to form the Jefferson River.  […]