2019 PRCA Rule Book

B10.1.12 Finals. If a Rodeo Committee wishes to modify its rules for qualifiers competing in a finals, such request to hold finals or modify rules for qualification must be set forth on the application for approval and approved by the Director of Rodeo Administration. B10.1.13 Commercial Sponsorship Agreement. A Rodeo Committee seeking approval of a rodeo must execute a PRCA Commercial SponsorshipAgreement and return saidAgreement to the Director of Rodeo Administration along with the Application for Approval. B10.1.14 Performances and Slack. A rodeo will be approved by the Director of Rodeo Administration only after slack for that rodeo has been coordinated with conflicting rodeos. B10.1.14.1 Application Information. With respect to scheduling of performance or slack, the application for approval must set forth the time all performances start and the day(s) and time(s) when slack will be run. B10.1.14.2 Notification. Should a Rodeo Committee run contestants before the final scheduled performance of the rodeo, notification of such arrangement must be carried in the PRCA Business Section pursuant to the procedure set forth in Section B10.11 of these Bylaws. B10.1.15 Events. A rodeo must include bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling and team roping to be approved. B10.1.16 Special Events. Upon special application, the Board of Directors may accept any rodeo or rodeo event which is deemed by the Board of Directors to reflect substantially upon the business reputation and public image of the PRCA. A Special Event will not be included in PRCA membership insurance coverage unless coverage is specifically approved by the Board of Directors. B10.1.17 Prize Money. A Rodeo Committee must comply with all rules pertaining to prize money and purse money as set forth in the Bylaws and the Official Rodeo Rules. B10.1.17.1 Minimum Purse Money Added by a Rodeo. To receive PRCA approval, all Rodeo Committees must add at least $250 per required event, per performance, or $500 per required event at a one-performance rodeo. B10.1.17.2 Deposit in Escrow. Any Rodeo Committee may be

required to put all purse money in escrow with the PRCA. Additionally, when a Rodeo Committee is required by the PRCA to place guaranteed purse money in escrow, the PRCA may also require that Rodeo Committee to place in escrow a sum of money equal to the value of any contract signed with a PRCA Member.

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