National Day of the Cowboy

National Day of the Cowboy

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July 27, 2018

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) Tomorrow (the fourth Saturday in July) is the National Day of the Cowboy, and here at RFD-TV we celebrate the spirit and hard work ethic embodied by the American cowboy!

On today’s edition of “Market Day Report,” we spoke with several individuals to help gain perspective on the importance of honoring the cowboy way of life. First we spoke with Kelsee Brady, Spokesperson for the National Day of the Cowboy, who described the significance of the cowboy spirit. Next, we interviewed National Day of the Cowboy Executive Director Bethany Braley, who explained how the National Day of the Cowboy was established and outlined efforts to have the day honored as a national holiday in all 50 states. Lastly, rancher, musician, and host of The Cowboy Channel’s “Down Payment on a Dream,” Austin Wahlert shared what the cowboy way of life means for him.

Be sure to check out our Top 10 List of The Best Cowboy Movies of All Time.

Visit The Cowboy Channel to brush up on some Cowboy History.

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