Enid Event Center Announces TWO New Major Events

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PROFESSIONAL BULL RIDERS EVENT COMING TO ENID EVENT CENTER

Residents of Enid and northwest Oklahoma will soon have a Professional Bull Riders (PBR) event right in their backyard, as Global Spectrum, managers of the Enid Event Center and Gungoll Jackson of Enid present the 2013 Enid PBR Challenge. This two-night show is Nov. 15-16 at the new Enid Event Center, 302 S Grand in the heart of downtown Enid.
Tickets will go on sale Friday, July 12 at 10 am at EnidEventCenter.com or by calling 855-TIX-ENID. Ticket prices are $25, $35, and $50.  Part of the proceeds from this event will go to assist Enid AM Ambucs and Enid Noon Ambucs achieve their missions of providing mobility and independence to people with disabilities.

Enid Event Center opened in June, 2013 in the heart of downtown Enid as the region’s new home to live entertainment, sporting events and consumer shows. It offers a 31,500 square-foot showroom floor that will accommodate 160 10×10 booths. It has already played host to country music star Gary Allan and Cirque Musica, which blended top circus acts with music by the Enid Symphony Orchestra. Future acts include Christian band Mercy Me on Sept. 27, Sesame Street Live on Dec. 17-18 and the Oklahoma Sportsmen’s Challenge on February 7-9, 2014. Enid Event Center is the ideal setting for the inaugural Enid PBR Challenge.

Contact Kristen Vencl at 580-616-7362 for more information on becoming a sponsor for the inaugural Enid PBR Challenge on Nov. 15-16.


OKLAHOMA SPORTSMAN’S CLASSIC COMING TO ENID EVENT CENTER

Hunters, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts will find everything they need February 7-9, 2014 at the Oklahoma Sportsmen’s Classic powered by 103.1 KOFM Radio and Global Spectrum, managers of Enid Event Center.
Interested vendors are encouraged to contact Enid Event Center at 580-616-7362 to become a part of this outstanding event. We are looking for vendors who will showcase everything from fishing tackle and hunting gear to RV’s, ATV’s and much more.

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Enid Event Center opened in June, 2013 in the heart of downtown Enid as the region’s new home to live entertainment, sporting events and consumer shows. It offers a 31,500 square-foot showroom floor that will accommodate 160 10×10 booths. It has already played host to country music star Gary Allan and Cirque Musica, which blended top circus acts with music by the Enid Symphony Orchestra. Future acts include Christian band Mercy Me on Sept. 27, the 2013 Enid PBR Challenge on Nov. 15-16 and Sesame Street Live on Dec. 17-18. Enid Event Center is the ideal setting for the inaugural Oklahoma Sportsmen’s Classic.

Title sponsor KOFM Radio and sister station KGWA are Enid’s only local on-air programming radio stations delivering only the best music and news talk throughout Enid and northwest Oklahoma.
Contact Kristen Vencl, Show Manager, at 580-616-7362 for more information on exhibiting at the Oklahoma Sportsmen’s Classic.

 

Author: Mark Keefer

Mark was born not in Enid, America but rather Okeene. At a very young age, his family transplanted to Enid and he has lived his entire life here except for a 4 year stint in the Kansas City area. As a child, he watched as the T-37s and T-38s roar over head. He smelled Champlin Refinery in all of its glory and later saw the glow in the sky from the fire. He remembers the sight of wheat trucks hauling in the harvest to some of the world's largest grain elevators. He attended Tri-State back when it was more than a one hour event and the carnival wasn't "over there by the pool hall." Yes, Mark is a true Northwest Oklahoma. Mark strongly believes in Enid's potential and is currently raising his family here based on that belief. He also still believes in Santa Claus so take that for what it's worth Fun Fact: Mark hopes one day to be inducted into the mythical "City Fathers" club in Enid.

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