2019 PRCA Rule Book

B10.7.13 Insurance. Any Noncontestant Card Member-Rodeo Committee must obtain and submit proof of public liability insurance. The insurance company must be rated a minimum of A-IX by the A.M. Best Guide. The type of Insurance must be Commercial General Liability-Occurrence Form. No “claims made form” coverage will be accepted. Limits of Liability will be $1,000,000 each occurrence and $2,000,000 General Aggregate. The coverage must include: Bodily Injury and Property Damage, Products Liability, Personal Injury Liability and Contractual Liability. Additional insureds must be shown on certificate: The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, PRCA Properties, Inc., their officers, directors and employees. The following wording should be in the “description of operations” section on the certificate: Coverage evidenced by this certificate provides spectator liability for the rodeo (place) on (dates). If a Rodeo Committee fails to provide the PRCA Director of Rodeo Administration with satisfactory evidence of such insurance at least two weeks prior to the date of the first performance of the Rodeo Committee’s PRCA-approved rodeo, the PRCA may, at its election, either revoke its approval of the rodeo or obtain the required insurance policy in its name and at the Rodeo Committee’s expense. B10.7.14 Display of PRCAEmblem . Once a rodeo has been approved by the PRCA, all printed advertising and promotional material used by the Rodeo Committee, Rodeo Producer, or Stock Contractor of the rodeo to promote that rodeo shall prominently display the official PRCA emblem. This requirement does not permit the use of the registered trademark on products or advertising of products that are to be sold commercially. B10.7.15 Display of Approval Certificate. After a rodeo has been approved by the PRCA, said rodeo must display its approval certificate in the Arena Secretary’s office during the rodeo. B10.7.16 Determination of All-Around Performer. A rodeo’s All-Around cowboy will be determined according to the PRCA system, unless otherwise approved. (Refer to Section R12.4 of the Official Rodeo Rules.). At a given rodeo, only those who compete on every head in every event entered will qualify for the All-Around honors. At individual rodeos, the saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, bull riding and tie-down roping Day-Money will not count towards the All-Around award unless that award is determined by the person entered in a single event who has won the most money in a single event. B10.8.1 Rights Remain in PRCA. The PRCA retains all rights in and to the filming, taping, recording in any media now or hereafter known, still footage/photography, radio or television broadcasting or reproduction in any manner or form thereof of any PRCA- sanctioned event.

B10.8 Television and Media Rules.

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