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2014 NALS&RMA Convention

Written on May 28, 2014 at 5:51 pm, by

Cassie and Kendra attended the entirety of the NALS&RMA Convention in Waco last week, and the rest of the Austin crew got to join in on the fun Wednesday in order to throw an awesome suite party! The group got to go on quite a few awesome tours, including the Texas Sports Hall of Fame,Continue Reading »

NALS&RMA 2012 Recap

Written on May 30, 2012 at 3:50 pm, by

We (Cassie and Kendra) just got back from the North American Livestock Show and Rodeo Managers’ Association Annual Meeting in Shreveport, LA, and we had a blast! Of course, we learned how to host a stellar rodeo and livestock show, but these folks sure knew how to have a good time while we learned. LouisianaContinue Reading »

Welcome American Royal!

Written on March 29, 2012 at 3:31 pm, by

Can you handle some more good news?  Because we just can’t wait to share that we are officially partnering with American Royal to enhance their online presence! We have been talking with Jody and his staff since we first met at the NALS&RMA Conference last summer, and we couldn’t be more excited to be associatedContinue Reading »

Business Etiquette from NALS & RMA Conference

Written on June 6, 2011 at 4:22 pm, by

It’s not often that I feel 76.8% wrong, but the business etiquette course by Marion Gellatly of Powerful Presence did just that. My favorite thing I learned was that when someone is toasting you, you shouldn’t drink. And this came in handy immediately after the conference. I shared this new information with my business partnersContinue Reading »

My Trip to NALS & RMA Conference

Written on June 6, 2011 at 3:22 pm, by

I’ve just returned from the North American Live Stock and Rodeo Managers Association conference in Red Lodge, Montana. And I can sum it up by saying, what a hoot! These are the nicest people you’ll ever come across, which really validated our decision to focus on this industry. I couldn’t decide whether the people wereContinue Reading »