In Honor Of Hunter Norman
I had the opportunity to talk to Tyler Williams who is putting on the Annual Hunter Norman Memorial Bulls and Ranch Broncos event this Saturday at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. Hunter Norman passed away unexpectedly in May.
Tyler Williams says, "Hunter was well respected and loved by all who met him. He says it's amazing the impact that Hunter Norman had on everyone and the fact that everyone the family and community is coming together to honor his name."
Tyler says this is one of the biggest events to hit this part of the country in a long time. He says it is going to be wild and crazy with bucking horses coming from Utah and lots of bull riding. Tyler says it going to be crazy.
Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. with the first 500 people receiving wristbands. The wristbands say "Fly High Hunter Norman" there will also be hats for sale, but the hats are already going like mad.
Tyler Williams is a Two-Time Colorado Professional Bullfighter Of The Year and also coming back to honor Hunter Norman is 9-Time PBR World Finals Qualifier Tony Mendes.
Ticket prices are $10 for adults 5 years old and over, $25.00 for s family of four: $5 for seniors and all children under five are free.