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Professional Bull Riders (PBR), the world's premier bull riding organization, will visit the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square to kick off their 2013 season and celebrate 20 years of competition alongside Monster Energy, sponsors of this year's Madison Square Garden Invitational.
In honor of the occasion,
Sam Pontrelli, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Monster Energy will ring the Closing Bell.
NASDAQ MarketSite – 4 Times Square – 43
rd & Broadway – Broadcast Studio
Wednesday, January 2, 2013 – 3:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET
Alan Miller (917) 412-0166
Hillary Herskowitz (917) 279-9574
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About the Professional Bull Riders, Inc. (PBR):
The world's premier bull riding organization, the PBR, celebrates 20 years of competition with the 2013 season. In just two decades, the dream of 20 bull riders has become a global sports phenomenon that is televised worldwide with more than 100 million viewers annually watching primetime PBR programming on networks around the world, and nearly 2 million fans attend live events each year. PBR has paid out over $100 million in earnings to its athletes, and 25 riders have earned over $1 million, including Justin McBride with $5.5 million -- the most of any western sports athlete in history.