PBR First Major Sport to Come Back
The Professional Bull Rider's Tour is set to resume action next weekend, April 25-26, from the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. This will be a televised event only, with no spectators.
"People should be aware," PBR Entertainer Flint Rasmussen told XL Country, "of how many restrictions and protocols there are in place," for this event. In Flint's case, he has a group of only five people he can be around.
According to Shawn Gleason, CEO of the PBR, they have developed a comprehensive safety and wellness plan that was approved by the city of Guthrie, the county of Logan that Guthrie resides in, and Oklahoma State officials.
The PBR will be the first major sport to resume competition. It was this weekend that the PBR was supposed to be in Billings before being canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Programming note: Flint Rasmussen will join Dave & Ally on the XL Morning Show Wednesday, April 22, at 7:35 a.m.