|CONTESTANT'S NOTICE ||
ALL RODEOS WILL BE PAID THROUGH RODEOPAY AFTER APRIL 1ST.
Now is the time to Register for RodeoPay - Go to Rodeopay.com, click on Register. Complete all required information and submit.
How does RodeoPay work?
You have several options:
- Have all your prize money direct deposited into the Checking or Savings account of your choice.
Leave your prize money in your RodeoPay account.
a) Through a link between Member Self Service and RodeoPay, you can use this money to pay entry fees or whatever is due the PRCA.
b) Request a PRCA-branded debit card to access funds using an ATM or use it anywhere Mastercard is accepted as long as adequate funds are available in your RodeoPay account.
- You can request a check, but please realize that a $10 check processing fee will be deducted from any check processed by RodeoPay.
By indicating a threshold amount, you can leave a certain amount in your RodeoPay account to use as described in #2 above, with the rest deposited into a Checking or Savings account of your choice.
Special notice (effective after April 1st): If you have already set up a RodeoPay account, all prize money will remain in your RodeoPay account until such time as you indicate to RodeoPay how you want that money disbursed.
How do I update my RodeoPay account? Log into RodeoPay.com. Click on “My Profile” to select several options to update. Note: If you have inaccurate bank information resulting in a payment being returned to RodeoPay, you will be charged a $10.00 fee for that return and your money will remain in RodeoPay until you have corrected the information.
How do I request a debit card? Once your account has been accepted and set up, log into RodeoPay.com, click on Accounts, click on “Request Debit Card”. Allow at least 10 – 15 business days to receive your Debit Card.
What happens if I don’t register for RodeoPay? You will receive a check from RodeoPay for your winnings, but a $10 check processing fee will be deducted from the amount.
DON’T WAIT! GET YOUR RODEOPAY ACCOUNT SET UP AND/OR UPDATED NOW!
Entry Fee Deadlines Changing on April 1st
Contestants are reminded that Bylaw 10.2.1 – Nonpayment of Entry Fees
and Related Fees was changed at a recent PRCA Board Meeting. Effective
for all rodeos that start on or after April 1st
deadline for paying all entry fees, Central Entry Office charges,
circuit fees, judges fees, insurance fees and any applicable stock
charges are due at midnight (Mountain Time) of the day of the last performance
of any given rodeo. Failure to pay by this deadline will result in late fines and contestants becoming ineligible.
There are three methods to pay these fees.
1. Online via Member Self Service (this
website). Entry Fees for a given rodeo are posted to your Accounts
Receivable account the day following the initial position call backs.
This site is normally available 24 hours a day, and allows for secure
payments of your fees via Credit Card or from your RodeoPay account.
2. Call Member Records at (719) 528-4747. To
use this method, you must call during PRCA National Headquarters
business hours, so plan accordingly! For example, if you choose this
method to pay your entry fees for a rodeo whose last performance is
Saturday, you must contact Member Records to pay these fees no later than the previous Friday during normal business hours.
3. Pay Rodeo Secretary at the Rodeo.
|2014 PRCA Committee Conference ||
The conference will present tools in both a group and individual learning environment. With workshops available for individual instruction and group presentations for comprehensive education, your committee is sure to walk away with enhanced skills and a renewed passion.
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National Circuit Finals Rodeos
The 27th annual Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo will be
held April 10-12 at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Okla. Year-end circuit
champions and circuit finals average champions from all 12 PRCA circuits
qualify to compete at the RNCFR. If a contestant is both the year-end
and circuit finals champion, the reserve year-end circuit champion is
the second qualifier. The format for the RNCFR will remain the same,
with two full go-rounds, and the top eight in the average advancing to
the semifinals. The top four from the semis will then go head-to-head in
the sudden-death RNCFR finals to determine the Ram national circuit
The Chute Help National Circuit Finals Steer Roping will be held May
16-18 at the Goshen County Fairgrounds in Torrington, Wyo. The year-end
circuit champions and circuit finals average champions in the seven PRCA
circuits that have steer roping qualify for the CHNCFSR. In addition,
the second- and third-place finishers in each circuit’s year-end
standings qualify to compete, for a total of four contestants per
participating circuit. The format at the CHNCFSR includes five full
go-rounds, with the top eight in the average advancing to the
semifinals. The top four in the semis then compete in the four-man
finals for the national circuit championship.
contract submittal is now available online. Contestants that are required to read and accept the contract need to login to this website, and select the Champions Challenge Contract from your member dashboard.
|New photo website for PRCA members ||
The PRCA has launched a new website within Prorodeo.com for members and fans to purchase rodeo images from PRCA Photographers.
If you missed buying your photo at a recent PRCA rodeo, you can search the website by event and purchase the photos directly from the site. This new tool allows PRCA Photographers to reach a greater audience and now provides a place for fans to search for their favorite contestant and purchase one or multiple images. As the site is still in the beginning stages, please keep in mind that the list of rodeos posted is growing, so check back often.
To learn more, visit prorodeophotos.com
Download the NEW Free PRCA ProRodeo app that gives you the latest ProRodeo news and event information and an WNFR section that will keep you up-to-date throughout this year's event. This app delivers news, photos, results, standings, schedules and access to the PRCA's social medial outlets. It is the best of the PRCA in the palm of your hand!