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Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate

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    Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate
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    The Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate has grown to be the largest financial supporter of the junior exhibitors at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo.

    Founded in 1980, today the Stock Show Syndicate boasts a membership of more than 100 area businessmen who volunteer their time and energy to raise money to buy the animals at the Junior Sale of Champions, which takes place on the last Saturday of the Stock Show. With more than 400 gracious sponsors who recognize the value of this mission, the Syndicate has raised just over $41.5 million for the youth exhibitors of the Fort Worth Stock Show.

    It has provided over $1,000,000 in scholarships for 4-H and FFA members, and helped more than 7,373 kids pursue their dreams.

    Whether through college tuition or seed money for an individual enterprise, sponsor contributions not only make a difference in the lives of each of the participants, they encourage the great tradition of the Stock Show & Rodeo. Support for this monumental effort is always appreciated.

    Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate

    [DFW]Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate
    Blair Norman, Chairman of the Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate, discusses their mission to provide an affordable and abundant food supply here and around the world, as well as maintaining the position as the global agricultural leader.
    (Published Monday, Dec. 14, 2015)

    Should you be interested in learning more or contributing to the organization, please contact the Stock Show Syndicate chairman at fwsss.chairman@gmail.com to contribute.

    For more information on the Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate, please visit www.fwsss.com.