Dec. 22, 2018
Miss Rodeo America Is This Spring's Print Media Darling It's not just your imagination. Miss Rodeo America is gracing the covers and inside pages of many high profile publications across the country and beyond this spring, reaching literally millions of readers with her message promoting the sport of rodeo. Miss Rodeo America 2001, Tara Graham, is featured on the front cover of the June issue of America's Horse, a publication of the American Quarter Horse Association and one of the primary sponsors of both the Miss Rodeo America pageant and the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. The readership of American's Horse is approximately 330,000, Also in June, Miss Rodeo Americas past and present exhibited their print modeling skills in the national publication Cowboys and Indians. The ladies presented upscale western fashions for a special "Cowgirl Style" issue of the magazine, which has a readership of 500,000. In the summer issue of Pageantry Magazine, a photo and story about Tara Graham winning the title of 2001 Miss Rodeo America can be found on page 84 of this national publication. In a recent issue of Pro Rodeo Sports News, the publication of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Miss Rodeo America 2001 Tara Graham was featured in a brief article about her recent participation in the latest segment of AQHA's ride 2001, which took place in New York City's Central Park. Earlier this year, Miss Rodeo America 2000 Brandy DeJongh was featured alongside country music artist Tracy Byrd in a February issue of Country Weekly, which boasts a readership of approximately 400,000. In January, a large amount of print space was devoted to the entire 2001 Miss Rodeo American Pageant, as seen through the eyes of a British photographer and journalist for M Magazine, which is a color insert for London's Saturday edition of The Daily Mirror newspaper. The Daily Mirror has a circulation of 3.5 million readers. Las Vegas' Review-Journal published photos and stories about the 2001 Miss Rodeo American Pageant, which is held in Los Vegas as a week long prelude to the National Finals Rodeo in December. And, the Mid-South Horse Review, a regional equine magazine, published photos and stories about Miss Rodeo America in the months of December 2000, January 2001 and February 2001. More coverage of Miss Rodeo America is expected to be published in an upcoming issue of Conde Nast Traveler, an international travel magazine. For more information about Miss Rodeo America 2001, Tara Graham, or the Miss Rodeo America pageant, Inc., contact the business office at 719-948-9206 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Miss Rodeo America Pageant website is located at www.missrodeo.com.
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