The Professional Bull Riders tour is coming to Tulsa this week, and a bunch of cowboys from the circuit — including the No. 2 competitor in the points standings — will make appearances Saturday afternoon at Drysdales’ retail stores.
The PBR will make a stop at the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa on Friday and Saturday.
At Drysdales’ flagship store at 3220 S. Memorial Drive, Justin Koon, Jordan Hupp, and Stormy Wing will sign autographs and greet fans from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday. At Drysdales’ second location at 71st and U.S. 169, Luke Snyder, Chase Outlaw, and L.J. Jenkins will appear from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday.
During the weekend, Drysdales’ retail stores is taking 25% off the price of men’s short-sleeve shirts, and the entire stock of George Strait jeans will be just $34.99.
L.J. Jenkins, 25, (pictured above) is ranked second in the Built Ford Tough Series standings of the PBR. Jenkins undoubtedly will bring a lot of friends and family from his home base of Porum, Okla., to the Tulsa event.
Jenkins shows the form that has allowed him to finish in the top 10 in each of the last eight PBR events:
Jenkins lurks about 630 points behind leader Valdiron de Oliveira, but has time to catch up. Jenkins also won the World Finals in 2006.
Luke Snyder, who’s 10th in the points standings, hails from Raymore, Mo. Here’s one of the 29-year-old’s best rides this season:
Just behind Snyder is Stormy Wing, 12th in total points. The 23-year-old cowboy from Dalhart, Texas, looked like a champion during this 92 score in May:
Justin Koon, of Grapevine, Ark., sits at 14th in the standings. The 28-year-old is looking for his first win of the season, but could earn it with more rides like this:
Jordan Hupp, of Cheyenne, Wyo., is 19th in the standings. He’s earned three wins on the circuit because of efforts like this:
Chase Outlaw, of Hamburg, Ark., sits at 24th in the standings, despite being in just 13 events this season.
Come on down to Drysdales on Saturday to see a few daredevil cowboys. They’ll be glad to meet you, and we will be, too.