The Cowboy Christmas Gift Show
The Cowboy Christmas Gift Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center presents over 400 vendors from across the United States and Canada showcasing their unique products including customized jewelry, western wear, boots and spurs, furniture, original art, handmade crafts and pottery plus Official Wrangler NFR and PRCA merchandise. Dodge Ram will host an indoor vehicle display with product specialists on hand, photo opportunities with the Ram Truck cowgirls, Ram Rodeo collectible ornament giveaway and merchandise at the event. There will be free shuttle service from the Cowboy Christmas Gift Show directly to the Thomas & Mack Center for each night’s rodeo performance.
When: Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012
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Where: Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas
Age limit: All ages
Categories: Activities-National Finals Rodeo
Event posted Dec. 4, 2012
Last updated Dec. 5, 2012
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