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NWSS announces free parking at the 107th event

The National Western Stock Show announces that stock show and rodeo fans will now park free in NWSS lots with their ticket purchase.

"We are excited to announce you will no longer pay to park when you enter a NWSS parking lot. We realize stock show and rodeo fans have many things to spend their money on, so this year, it will not be on parking at the National Western Stock Show," said President and CEO Paul Andrews.

"We want fans and guests to receive the best value for their money so we will also offer a Value Snack Pack, which will include a soda and snack for only $5," said Andrews. The National Western will say "thank you" to fans this year with Fan Appreciation Day, Jan. 27 when Grounds Admission tickets are just $8.

There will be 19 Pro Rodeos; Martin Luther King, Jr. Heritage Rodeo; Mexican Rodeos; Dancing Horses; Wild West Shows; Super Dogs, and the second annual Colorado vs. the World Rodeos. All these events, plus the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale, the largest trade show in Colorado, kids' activities and educational programs, the National Western Stock Show offers the best value in family entertainment and western heritage.

Tickets to the 107th National Western Stock Show can be purchased online at, by phone at 888-551-5004, at the NWSS Box Office or any King Soopers locations.

Date: 1/7/2013


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