Return Of Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Means Boost For Nearby Businesses

The 23 day show in and around Dickies Arena is back for the first time after missing last year due to the pandemic.

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“There’s still all the features that people expect, livestock shows, the petting zoo, the milking parlor next door,” said Matt Brockman, Communications Manager for the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.

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“It’s a huge booster for us and our staff and I mean restaurants were hit so hard and so we’re excited for everyone to make some money and get back on their feet,” Castillo said.

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