Our campaign has been graced with the generosity of hundreds of donors. They’ve given for many reasons, but one seems to be universal: In supporting a new home for the National Western, they feel that they’re helping preserve the Western legacy that the iconic Stock Show represents.
The idea of legacy can mean different things to different people – it can be personal; it can relate to family, business, or avocations; it can apply to the entire region and the ethos of hard work and creativity that has built and sustained the West. We would like to share your take on legacy as well as what motivated you to contribute.
We’re collecting quotes and anecdotes from our donors as to why legacy is important to them. So please tell us: Why did you support the campaign? What does “legacy” mean to you?
Please take a few moments to email your thoughts to Angela Lieurance, our campaign director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll share them on this website, in Pete Coors’s monthly Campaign Roundup, on social media, and at the campaign’s headquarters at the Stock Show in January.