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Dec 5

Follow the 2012 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo on GAC & Facebook!

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo

2012 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

GAC will once again deliver LIVE coverage of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo every night at 10p|9c from December 6-15! Catch every round and every ride as the very best cowboys and barrel racers in the world compete for World Championship Gold Buckles. Check out our special WNFR section for photos, videos and more, straight from Las Vegas!

Throughout the WNFR, Wrangler Western is allowing some of the biggest and brightest stars of ProRodeo to take over their Facebook page. The Wrangler Western Facebook Takeover lineup features World Champion cowboys, rodeo personalities, and western-lifestyle influencers who will interact with nearly 800K Facebook fans by posting status updates, photo and videos from the rodeo.

In addition to having the chance to get a glimpse into a day in their lives, fans will also be able to interact directly with the Wrangler NFR celebrity by asking questions and receiving real-time answers. The Facebook Takeover launches Thursday, December 6 with nine-time World Champion All-Around cowboy Trevor Brazile.

To take part in the Facebook Takeover, head to You can also follow along on Wrangler’s Twitter and Pinterest pages.

The Wrangler Western Facebook Takeover Line-Up is as follows:

Thursday, Dec. 6: nine-time All-Around World Champion cowboy Trevor Brazile
Friday, Dec. 7: saddle bronc rider Jesse Wright
Saturday, Dec. 8: 2012 Miss Rodeo America Mackenzie Carr
Sunday, Dec. 9: former world champion tie-down roper Stran Smith
Monday, Dec. 10: GAC correspondent Kadee Coffman
Tuesday, Dec. 11: world champion bareback rider Bobby Mote
Wednesday, Dec. 12: ProRodeo announcer Justin McKee
Thursday, Dec. 13: ProRodeo wife, Wrangler designer and model Shada Brazile
Friday, Dec. 14: rodeo entertainer Flint Rasmussen
Saturday, Dec. 15: world champion bareback rider Kaycee Feild


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