Southern Eagle & PWBFF Hosts the 2020 Busch Rodeo & Concert Series

The St. Lucie Fair Grounds recently came alive with the Peter W. Busch Foundation’s combined Professional Rodeo and Concert extravaganza.  This family-friendly event delivered guests to the edge of their seats, to their feet and had them hollering for more!

Thanks to dynamic musical performances by the Casey Raines Band and Kaleb Lee, a contestant on Season 14 of The Voice, the substantial crowd sang, swayed and danced to some of the hottest country tunes to ever grace the charts.   

For the adults, this encompassing event provided a variety of beer samplings from local breweries such as SailfishIslamorada, American Icon, Hop Life, Motorworks, and Side Door.

Kids enjoyed the hands-on adventure of meeting a llama, chickens, pigs, and other friendly animals at the petting zoo.  Face-painting, a clown making balloon animals, and other such activities rounded out the experience.

A polo demonstration kicked things off inside of the Adams Arena and featured renowned professional polo-player Tiffany Busch and her teammates.  Once the dust settled, it was time for the Rodeo to begin. The Silver Spurs Rodeo delivered a ‘kicking’ evening of bull riding, steer wrestling, team roping, bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, and more.

Leading sponsors included Bud Light, Corona, Vatland Dodge Jeep Ram, WPEC CBS 12 News, John Jacobs Construction, plus a host of other supporters. All funds go to the Busch Family Foundation where 100% of the proceeds help support local charities. Benefactors throughout the years have included the Boys & Girls ClubUnited Against Poverty, The Navy Seal Museum, the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, and Operation 300, to name a few.

“We are very grateful to the sponsors that have supported us over the years and very excited for our new sponsors for giving our event a chance to showcase their business or family,” said Foundation President Philip Busch. “

“I thought this year’s event was a great family-friendly event, and we look forward to building upon that theme for next year.”

“Lastly, a huge thank you to our volunteers for taking the time out of their lives to support our community efforts,” Busch continued. “It’s a great thing to be able to put on a local event and know that you were able to entertain folks. It’s even better that they know that their money goes to all local charities to make our community better!

Be sure to check the website calendar for the 2020 Peter W. Busch Foundation’s stag-only Wild Game Dinner

PWBFF.com  

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