The 2014 Cave Creek Pro Rodeo Association would like to thank the Rodeo Fans, the PRCA & WPRA Contestants, The Cervi Brothers Rodeo Co, 4L & Diamond S, the Contract Personnel, the Volunteers, the Sponsors, the Advertisers, the Vendors, The Golfers, the Parade Entries, the Mutton Busters, the Media Partners, the Town of Cave Creek and everyone who helped to make the 2014 Cave Creek Fiesta Days™ Rodeo a TREMENDOUS SUCCESS!
See you next year – March 27, 28, 29th, 2015!
Exciting News / Update for the 2014 CCFDR…
There will be FREE shutte bus service on SATURDAY, MARCH 29TH from 5 until about 10pm. Rodeo fans can enjoy themselves in Town and catch a safe ride to the rodeo on Saturday night!
Shuttle bus stops are Hogs n Horses, the Buffalo Chip, Harold’s Corral and the Cave Creek Tap Haus. Be sure to support these fine establishments…. they are helping to pay for your safe ride.
Shuttle bus stops every 15 minutes, with 5 stops (the 4 businesses above plus Stagecoach Village). No need to take your own vehicle out to the Cave Creek Memorial Arena and fight for parking… let the shuttles get you there and back!!!
For more information, please contact Patty Pollonow at the Town Office – 480.488.1400 – thank you Patty for organizing the shuttles!
The Hampton Inn Phoenix – Anthem is the Official Host Hotel for the 2014 Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo! Please book your rooms with this great property any time you are visiting our area!
For more information, or to book a room at the Hampton Inn Phoenix – Anthem, please visit them at:
or call 623-465-7979
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The Board of Directors along with the support of the Cave Creek Pro Rodeo Committee made a promise to continue to increase the contestant’s purse after a successful event. We are proud to announce that the Board has voted to raise the purse for the second consecutive year. Paying the cowboys and cowgirls is an important piece of our mission and our 2014 CCFDR added money will be $2500 per event! See y’all at the chutes next year – March 28, 29 & 30th!
After a very successful 2013 event, the Cave Creek Pro Rodeo (CCPR) Committee announces their Board nominated 2013 charitable recipients. Over $7,000.00 has been distributed back into the community to the following organizations:
(from left to right, photo courtesy of Bryan Black Photographer)
- Photo courtesy of Bryan Black Photographer
- CCPR Director Robbie Hall presenting to Erin Robinson, 4-H Desert Hills Wranglers
- CCPR Arena Director Bill Buckles presenting to Pam DiPietro, Foothills Food Bank
- CCPR President Traci Casale presenting to Col. Sam Young (ret), Veterans Medical Leadership Council (with matching funds through the Wrangler National Patriot program)
- Scott Gara presenting to Liz Kaplan, AZ Chapter, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in memory of Lindsay Gara
- CCPR Director Beth Cornell presenting to Ed Carona, Outdoor Experience for All
- CCPR Director Tina Hayden presenting to Mary Hadsall, Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship
- CCPR Director Patty Byerly presenting to local Boy Scout Troop #124
In addition to the above-mentioned charities, the CCPR Committee quickly raised over $1,000.00 by matching individual contributions to honor the 19 fallen Hot Shot firefighters who lost their lives in the Yarnell Hill fire.
“We are extremely proud to be in the position to give back to our community”, said Casale during the award ceremony. “To date, she continued, this is the largest contribution recorded by our Association and it truly reflects our membership’s spirit of volunteerism. Volunteerism is the basis for what we do every year in producing the Cave Creek Fiesta Days™ Rodeo. Volunteerism is the greatest thing you can do for your community and these donations bring us full circle in our mission.”
Bill Buckles commented on the fact that the Board of Directors worked hard to find local charities to support. “We like that we know who we are helping. This money stays in Arizona and helps Arizonans. We may not know them personally, but we probably know someone who does”, added Buckles.
The 2013 CAVE CREEK PRO RODEO Board of Directors & Committe Members would like to thank the following:
THE RODEO FANS
THE TOWN OF CAVE CREEK
ALL 2013 SPONSORS & ADVERTISERS
THE PRCA & WPRA CONTESTANTS
CERVI CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO COMPANY (along with Bar T and 4L & Diamond S)
ALL 2013 CONTRACT PERSONNEL & PROFESSIONALS
ALL MEDIA PARTNERS
THE MUTTON BUSTERS’
THE GOLFERS & SUPPORTERS
THE PARADE ENTRIES
ALL DANCE ATTENDEES
Thank you for helping us make the 35TH ANNUAL CAVE CREEK FIESTA DAYS RODEO & ALL FIESTA DAYS ACTIVITIES A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS! SEE Y’ALL IN 2014!
Please take note & mark your calendars for the 2013 Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo that will be held on MARCH 22nd, 23rd and 24th, 2013. *This is a changed date, so please make sure to update this information!*
Thank you Cave Creek Smokehouse for the wonderful catered dinner on Thursday, March 29th (Chase Cervi’s Birthday!) – we had a great Welcome Dinner & a terrific night!
The Cave Creek Pro Rodeo Committee would like to thank the rodeo fans, the PRCA contestants, Cervi Championship Rodeo Co, the Contract Personnel, the volunteers, our Sponsors, our Advertisers, our Media Partners, the Town of Cave Creek and everyone who helped make the 2012 Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo a TREMENDOUS SUCCESS!
2013 dates: April 3 through April 7th – See y’all next year!
The entire Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo Committee would like to extend a warm congratulations to long-time Fiesta Days Rodeo Sponsor, Valerie Watters, Owner of Valerie’s Furniture & Accents for being named the 2011 Retailer of the Year by the Arizona Home Furnishings Representatives Association (AHFRA).
Valerie is one of Fiesta Days biggest fans and her support throughout the years has been heartfelt and generous. We are so proud of you Valerie! Keep up the great work!
For more information, please read the full article as published in the February 15th edition of the Sonoran News.