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Welcome to the National Day of the Cowboy 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

Important!

The Eleventh Annual National Day of the Cowboy is
Saturday July 25, 2015

Please Donate Today to help us continue this effort until the job is done.

Click on our Donate button to make a charitable contribution in any amount, to our nonprofit organization – National Day of the Cowboy, through PayPal, a secure way to send money across the internet via credit or debit card. You do not need a PayPal account to donate through PayPal. Please remember, we cannot continue or succeed without your help.

We also accept donations by check or money order.
Mail to:
National Day of the Cowboy
PO Box 25298
Prescott Valley AZ 86312-5298

 

Please keep us in mind when holding Natonal Day of the Cowboy or western related events in your community and selecting nonprofit recipients for charitable donations from your event. Your tax deductible contributions enable us to continue the crusade to establish the fourth Saturday in July as a permanent day of honor for the Cowboy and Cowgirl through state legislatures and Congress, and to promote the preservation of pioneer heritage and cowboy culture. This is a 100% grass roots effort with a 100% volunteer staff.Contact us at info@nationaldayofthecowboy.com if you have any questions regarding how donations are utilized.

Thank you from the National Day of the Cowboy 501(c)3 organization!

Hats off to the Cowboy!

Rifleman NDOC Offer

The Rifleman – The Original Series Special 2015 National Day of the Cowboy Rifleman Offer For a limited time — from July 20-25, 2015 — the authorized Collector Edition DVD boxed sets of The Rifleman will be available exclusively at The Rifleman official website at: www.therifleman.net/store.  Get $10 off of the DVD boxed set for …

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Texas takes the bill by the horns

In mid-May 2015, the Texas state legislature made Texas the tenth state to pass the National Day of the Cowboy bill, following the lead of  Wyoming, California, New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma, Oregon, Mississippi, Kansas, and Virginia. Former Texas Senator, Jeff Wentworth, started the wagon rolling in Austin when he first sponsored and achieved passage of …

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