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The Cody Rodeo Committee

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Western Heritage - Incorporated in 1901, Cody, Wyoming is located 52 miles from Yellowstone National Park's East Entrance. Cody was founded by Colonel William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, who passed through the region in the 1870s. He was so impressed by the many development possibilities that he returned in the mid-1890s to start a town.

The Sport of Rodeo - In 1913 Buffalo Bill closed his Wild West Show for the last time. That summer he hosted one last parade and rodeo in Cody for the prince of Monaco. Buffalo Bill passed away in 1917, ending a fascinating chapter in the story of the American West. In 1919 Clarence Williams spear headed the effort to establish a rodeo celebration in Cody to commemorate Buffalo Bill Cody and the "Old West" he personified. Williams timed the event to coincide with the day the East Gate opened into Yellowstone Park running from June 23 to June 25, 1919. The following year, with Caroline Lockhart as president, the Cody Stampede was moved to the 4th of July. In 1938, Carly Downing a former Wild West show performer, started the Cody Nite Rodeo, or Pup rodeo, as it was called then. The Nite Rodeo quickly became an important part of the Stampede and the Cody community. It provided income for the Stampede and brought cowboys from all over the country to compete and show the "Wild West" to travelers all summer long. Many of the rodeos top bucking stock and famous cowboys come from Cody Rodeo. These two events establish Cody as not only one of the longest running successful professional rodeos, but also the only place in the country that has a rodeo performance nightly. From the turn of the century, rodeos and parades have been part of the 4th of July here in Cody, Wyoming. For 97 years, the Cody Stampede rodeo has been held every summer. This year marks the 78th anniversary of the nightly performances.

Yellowstone/Mountain Region - Cody is located along the Shoshone River and is nestled between the Beartooth and Absaroka Mountains, just 50 miles from the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Cody and the surrounding areas boast superb scenery.

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Cheyenne Frontier Days logo includes a badge of sorts which includes a arrowhead, a bucking horse and the CFD initials organized as a branding iron brand. We don't want o copy the logo of course but like the idea of a badge of sorts that can be used for other purposes as well.

The PRCA logo is nice because it also has a modern flair demonstrating the newness of the aged organization.

The Extreme Bulls logo is also nice because of the way it pops and catches the eye.

The winning creative will be asked to create additional logos for organizations subordinate to the Cody Rodeo Committee.

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The winning creative will be asked to create additional logos for organizations subordinate to the Cody Rodeo Committee.



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