touring-pro-divisionWhen: Aug. 29 & 30 (Labor Day Weekend)
Where: Davis Ranch Arena, Archdale North Carolina
Address: 5667 Elmer Beeson Road, Archdale NC, 27263
Time: 8:00 p.m. (gates will open at 6:00 p.m.)Jerome Davis

TNT CARPORTS Jerome Davis PBR Invitational

Tickets; $15 in Advance or $20 at the gate. ( THERE WILL BE TICKETS AT THE GATE ) Online here or at: Davis Feed in Randleman – Barn Loft Western Store in Thomasville – Tractor Supply in Asheboro – K & L Western Store in Asheboro.Online at: JEROMEDAVIS.COM 

Kids (5 – 11) Tickets: $5 on Friday, $10 on Saturday
Host Hotel: Comfort Inn 10123 N Main St Archdale NC 27263

About Jerome Davis:  Jerome was born on August 10, 1972 in Colorado Springs, CO where his father was stationed in the military. Six months after his birth, he and his family moved back to Archdale, NC to the Davis Family Ranch where he grew up and still lives today.


Jerome’s shining moment was in 1995 when he became the 1995 PRCA World Bull Riding Champion. He continued to rip through PRCA and PBR. He was ranked in the top five each year in the PRCA since 1993 and was a National Finals qualifier since ’94 in the PBR (more Career Stats).

Tragedy struck on March 14, 1998, when Jerome was thrown from a bull breaking his neck. The injury left him with paralysis from the chest down. Although Jerome is paralyzed, nothing can keep him down. He is a true inspiration of how you should live your life and keep moving forward with a positive outlook. He inspired his wife Tiffany, as they were married October 17, 1998. He also inspired the PBR- as he was awarded the “Ring of Honor” during the 1998 PBR Finals.  For more info visit http://www.jeromedavis.com/meet_jerome.asp


Jerome Davis continues to have a lasting impact on riders throughout the PBR. FULL STORY: http://at.PBR.com/CTrG.

It was a honor for me to meet Jerome Davis while playing a V.I.P. Sponsor in the upcoming movie “The Longest Ride”(Nicholas Sparks Movie The Longest Ride The film is based on the novel The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks) to be released April 2015 (USA). The Davises are members of American Bucking Bull, Inc., and as such participate nationally in stock breeding. Some of their bulls will be featured in an upcoming Nicholas Sparks movie that was filmed in Winston-Salem and Wilmington. 
The Longest Ride By: Nicholas Sparks

The signature event at the Jerome Davis Ranch is the Jerome Davis Professional Bull Riders Invitational which will take place at his arena August 29 and 30. (Davis is one of the founders of Professional Bull Riders.) On the same two dates the ABBI Futurity & Classic Challenge will be going on.

Both of these events require tickets that will be available by calling (336) 861-7673 after August 1.

In September, the Ranch will host another annual event, the He Paid Your Fees Christian Junior Rodeo. Any young person, age 19 and younger can enter and participate at no charge. Admission for onlookers is two cans of food. This has been one of the area’s largest food drives over the last several years. As many as 500 kids will enter. Davis hopes these kids become the stars and fans of the future. ~Scott Ray

– See more at: http://courier-tribune.com/thrive-magazine/not-ready-ride-sunset-jerome-davis-still-has-job-he-loves 

For tickets call: 336-861-7673
Ticket Prices: $5-$20

Jerome Davis Official Website: http://www.jeromedavis.com/ 

Jerome Davis on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jerome-Davis/






The concert is FREE with Gate Admission to the Fair…
Wed Oct 8 is Lowes Foods Day @ the fair – 5 cans/boxes of Lowes Foods house brand gets free admission. Proceeds go to Crisis Control Ministry.


For more information go to www.wbfj.fm

Local NASCAR community reflects on tragedy involving Tony Stewart

Local NASCAR community reflects on tragedy involving Tony Stewart


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STOKES COUNTY, N.C. — Saturday night’s wreck involving Tony Stewart hits home for many drivers in the Triad.

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart hit and killed another driver who was walking on a track during a dirt-track race in upstate New York.

Kevin Ward Jr., 20, died from injuries suffered in the incident, which occurred Saturday night at the Empire Super Sprints series event at the Canandaigua Motorsports Park.

It’s not unusual for some NASCAR drivers to race on smaller speedways – Stewart raced at 311 Motor Speedway seven years ago.

Everyone agrees that the death of the young driver was a tragedy, but now folks are rethinking race safety.

Mike Fulp owns 311 Motor Speedway in Stokes County. He said he understands that tempers flare during the races, but safety comes first with speeds up to 140 miles per hour.

“Always expect the worse to happen when you…

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Extras needed for ‘The Longest Ride’ this weekend in Winston-Salem

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — If you’ve ever wanted to be an extra in a movie, here is your chance. The Longest Ride, based on the Nicholas Sparks novel, is being filmed in Winston-Salem this weekend.



WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — If you’ve ever wanted to be an extra in a movie, here is your chance.

The Longest Ride, based on the Nicholas Sparks novel, is being filmed in Winston-Salem this weekend.

In the movie, a Wake Forest student falls in love with a cowboy. The cowboy is played by Clint Eastwood’s son, Scott Eastwood.

Folks from the community are encouraged to attend, even if they have not officially registered.

Extras will need to report to the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, address, Winston-Salem, at noon on Friday, Aug. 8. Extras are also needed on Saturday, Aug. 9.

Doors will close after the first 1,000 non-registered volunteers arrive.

Extras should plan to stay all day, until at least 10 p.m.

Not only will you receive movie experience, there will also be free food and raffle prizes.

The raffle prizes include:

Several $500 and $1,000 Visa/Amex gift cards


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Monster Energy FreestyleMx.com Tour presented by Kevin Powell Motor Sports

Nothing compares to the thrill of seeing these superstars in action, up close and personal. Watch as they roar up the ramps and launch their powerful 250cc & 450cc motorcycles into the most amazing aerial stunts ever seen – including the “Superman,” Rock Solids, Multi-Back flips, No-footed Nac-Nacs and the famed back-flip “Kiss of Death” (to name but a few).monstereSuperstar featured riders that may be in attendance, X Games Gold Medalist Matt Buyten, X Games Silver Medalist Dustin Miller, Metal Mulisha riders, X-game Gold Medalists Bryce Hudson and IFMA rider John Distler, along with FMX rider Jeff Griffin will be soaring high and truly risking life and limb with every breathtaking jump.

Watch a short video clip here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr2gRS0v2Uo

**Note that tickets will be checked at the door.**

August 8, 2014 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Winston-Salem Fairgrounds
NC 27105
Kids $5 Adults $15 VIP $42
Winston-Salem Fairgrounds

P1 VIP $43 – Limited Reserved Seating Closest to the dirt includes pre show meet and greet autograph signing at 6:00pm with world class motocross.

General Admission Adult – $16

General Admission Kids (**10 and under**) – $6

Krazy Kevin Powell Family 4 Pack – $44

Doors Open at 6:30 pm, Show Begins at 7:30 pm

Parking in Gate 5 off of Deacon Blvd

TICKETS Here: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0E004CA8EB6A1A0A
Tickets On Sale June 6, 2014

Website: http://wsfairgrounds.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wsfairgrounds

Thank you to Krazy Kevin Powell and Kevin Powell Motorsports for sponsoring this event!

7th Annual Carolina Summer Music Festival kicks off in Winston-Salem

7th Annual Carolina Summer Music Festival kicks off in Winston-Salem


The 7th Annual Carolina Summer Music Festival is underway in Winston-Salem.

It offers great music for people of all ages including a Jungle Book event for kids. Tickets start at $6.

For a complete list of show times and other information check out this website: carolinachambersymphony.org/events/category/summer/

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Nicholas Sparks film ‘The Longest Ride’ calls for extras in Winston-Salem

Nicholas Sparks film ‘The Longest Ride’ calls for extras in Winston-Salem


WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The new Nicholas Sparks movie, The Longest Ride, will be filming in Winston-Salem this month and volunteer extras are needed.

Filming will take place Tuesday, Aug. 5-Saturday, Aug. 9.

The Longest Ride By: Nicholas Sparks The Longest Ride By: Nicholas Sparks

Extras will need to report to the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum and follow the signs to the Extras parking lot. All Extras working as background for the day will receive a lunch, and snacks throughout the day.

Bull riding scenes will be filmed, so extras will need to wear western gear.

The film, based on the book, follows two love stories: one told through the memories of a 90-year-old man fading in and out of consciousness thinking back on his life with his late wife, and the other a new romance blossoming between a young college student and a handsome bull rider.

Those planning to attend will need to send an email to extrasTLR2@gmail.com with the…

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