(Seguin) -- If you have not yet picked up your free tickets for tonight's Guadalupe County Fair and PRCA Rodeo, then you might want to hurry up. Only a limited number of tickets remain for this year's KWED Listener Appreciation Night. Thanks to its partnership with Wyatt Arp Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Palm Harbor Homes, those at tonight's fair will be given the chance to try their luck at winning a brand new pick-up truck and a new modular hunting cabin prize package totaling $100,000.
KWED and Seguin Daily News General Manager Darren Dunn says all people need to do is stop by the Wyatt Arp and Palm Harbor Homes’ booth to test their luck.
"The fair and rodeo creates special memories for families each year. That's one of the reasons why we try to do something special during our Listener Appreciation Night. I hope that folks will come out in droves to support this year's fair, and enjoy the rodeo as well," said Dunn.
Dunn says those visiting the booth will also get the chance to walk away with some other great prizes including the chance to take home some cash. A $200 cash giveaway will be held at 8:30 p.m. at the rodeo. Individuals must be present to win.
Dunn says each year, the free rodeo tickets go fast so he encourages people to stop by the two businesses and their get pair today.
"A few tickets still remain for tonight. This is a great way for families to save a little money on the fair this year. You get free rodeo tickets, and you also get a chance to win some great prizes," said Dunn. "You could win a free truck and a free hunting cabin. It's a pretty good deal. So stop by Wyatt Arp or Palm Harbor Homes and get your free rodeo tickets for tonight."
The free rodeo tickets will be made available through this afternoon or while supplies last. Tickets can be picked up at Wyatt Arp or at Palm Harbor Homes. Only six tickets per person will be allowed.
The rodeo pre-show begins at 7 p.m. followed by the rodeo at 7:30 p.m. The chance to win the truck and home will continue through Saturday during the annual fair. The Guadalupe County Fair begins today and runs through Sunday.