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Cowboy Hall Of Fame To Stage Event In Watford City


MEDORA, ND – The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, in conjunction with WhippleWood CPAs, Saddle Up Western Wear, Black Gold Development and Homestead Management, is staging a Another Cowboy Moment western gala at Outlaws Bar & Grill, in the lobby of First International Bank building in Watford City on Wednesday, January 7 beginning at 5:00 p.m.

The event will debut segments of the NDCHOF’s Another Cowboy Moment video collection, announce upcoming events, introduce the NDCHOF Million Dollar Club and talk about a McKenzie County’s increased NDCHOF involvement.

The Another Cowboy Moment video collection, which consists of taped interviews of North Dakota’s notable cowboy and cowgirl heroes, past and present, is worth its weight in gold according to the NDCHOF’s executive director, Kevin Holten.

“These interviews of our rodeo competitors and ranchers are amazingly entertaining for the present,” Holten said, “and immeasurably valuable as an educational tool for the future. The footage is poignant, honest, at times hilarious, at other times sad and entirely enlightening.”

The event will also serve to officially introduce attendees to WhippleWood CPAs, the Littleton, CO accounting and tax advisement firm that has recently moved into Watford City. WhippleWood CPAs will stage a quick ribbon cutting event at their new offices on Main Street, a couple of doors north of the 1st International Bank building, prior to the event.

“We have been working with clients in Watford City for some months now,” said Patty Rodvold, WhippleWood CPAs marketing director, point person and Grenora High School graduate. “We’re looking forward to providing top notch counseling and advisement and to becoming very involved in the community, county and state.”

Also on board as a sponsor is the Watford City retail business Saddle Up Western Wear, the preeminent provider of western and fire retardant apparel in northwestern North Dakota.

“I love being involved with North Dakota’s western history,” said Mark Sparby, owner of Saddle Up Western Wear. “This is a natural for us and promoting North Dakota’s western history is something everyone should get involved with in one way or another.”

Homestead Management, who is also a sponsor, is proud to be included in Watford City’s growing and vibrant business community. Homestead Management provides proactive property management services for residential and commercial properties.

“We are excited to be actively engaged in Watford City’s vision for family housing.” says Katie Walters, managing member and rental services lead for Homestead.

Rounding out the list of sponsors is Black Gold Development, a real estate development company based in Watford City.

Black Gold Development has been working in McKenzie County for three years and they are committed to seeing the community continue to grow in a positive direction. They will be breaking ground on their Residential Golf Course Community in early 2015 and will be opening up their new real estate office on Main Street.

The Another Cowboy Moment event will include a cash bar and snacks, video and musical entertainment provided by Beni Paulson and Casey Fredericks. For further details call (701) 590-3532.


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