Bloomer Trailers Donates In A Substantial Way To Benefit The Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund
November 24, 2021
Bloomer Trailers has donated a Stock Combo Trailer to be Auctioned Off during the Benny Binion’s World Famous Bucking Horse and Bull Sale
Bloomer Trailers in their partnership with the PRCA, is set to auction a Bloomer Trailer during the Benny Binion’s World Famous Bucking Horse and Bull Sale with all the proceeds raised going directly towards rodeo athletes by way of the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund.
Bloomer Trailers has a long history with the Western Industry and Justin Sports Medicine Team. With deep roots connected to PRCA athletes, they wanted to give back in a way that would help the athletes directly.
“When we partnered with PRCA, we had the athletes in mind,” says Randy Bloomer, CEO of Bloomer Trailers, “We not only sponsored the association to help the sport grow, but also see the athletes flourish. We wanted to donate a trailer to auction off during the Benny Binion’s World Famous Bucking Horse and Bull Sale because we knew that rodeo fans and stock contractors will step up in a significant way and give back to a cause that was important to us all.”
The Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund (JCCF) has a clear statement: To provide need-based financial assistance to athletes injured through their participation in professional rodeo. They do not require that you be a PRCA/WPRA member to receive assistance, which is beneficial for all involved in the sport. Bloomer Trailers is proud to support this cause and donate 100% of the proceeds raised in the live auction to the JCCF.
Bloomer Trailers has donated a 28’ Stock Combo with triple axles featuring three 8’ compartments in the stock area, a 10’ hay rack, hydraulic jack, 17.5 Alcoa Wheels and a 4’ lined insulated dressing room. The auction will take place on December 2nd at the Benny Binion’s Bucking Horse and Bull Sale at South Point Casino Arena in Las Vegas Nevada.
About Bloomer Trailers
Bloomer Trailers started in 1998 in the middle of chemical alley on the LaMarque/Texas City Line. By hiring the best and most experienced key people in the industry it allowed us to hit the ground running and start on the path of achieving the goals that have been our benchmark. Our goals were to build every trailer with the best component’s money could buy and build the components that we could do better than what was available. The key word we used was every component. By 2000, Bloomer had hit our stride and already had introduced many new components to the horse trailer had never done. We have never stopped challenging ourselves to find a better or safer way to protect our customers and their livestock. That is where our slogan of the “blinders are off” came from. When we named the newest model The Evolution it was to remind ourselves that we have yet to build the perfect trailer, so keep working on ideas.
In 2002, Bloomer Trailers started building a state-of-the-art production facility in Central Texas to serve as a convenient location for dealers, customers, and our vendors. Upon completion in 2003, Bloomer moved over forty employees and their families to Central Texas to continue the craftsmanship that was expected and desired by the Bloomer Trailers customers. For more information, please visit www.bloomertrailers.com