Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast 2017

Celebrate Colorado Rodeo

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Posted on June 21, 2017

Rodeo is a big part of Southern Colorado.

Bryan Construction’s CEO, Scott Bryan, has been dedicated to the Colorado rodeo community for most of his life. So it’s natural that on the morning of the 2017 Western Street Breakfast, he is in his element and his smile is as wide and bright as the Colorado sun.

The Western Street breakfast is an annual event to kickoff the Pikes Peak of Bust Rodeo, which takes place July 12 – 15th at Norris-Penrose Event Center.

Attended by over 10,000 people, the breakfast has become an iconic celebration to honor Colorado Springs rich western heritage. At the breakfast, attendees enjoy a pancake breakfast, live music, entertainment, and a parade which features the Range Riders taking off on their horses to kickoff the rodeo season.

Scott himself has been a Range Rider for over 20 years. Additionally he is a past President and current member of the Pikes Peak or Bust Foundation Board of Directors.

As a dedicated Southern Colorado rancher and beef producer, Scott lives the cowboy life everyday. You will find proudly displayed pieces of western art throughout his Bryan Construction office and he will light up when he is engage in a conversation about rodeo, ranching, or Colorado State University.

The rodeo is sure to be a great time! Click HERE for a full list of the rodeo events organized for both for adults and kiddos to enjoy. 

 

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