Fire volunteers rewarded in Tamworth

Xtreme Bulls Australia to salute the RFS this January

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Rural Fire Service volunteers will be rewarded in Tamworth next January. File photo.

Rural Fire Service volunteers will be rewarded in Tamworth next January. File photo.

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Rural Fire Service volunteers offered free rodeo tickets.

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Xtreme Bulls Australia will offer up to 1000 free tickets for their Tamworth event to Rural Fire Service volunteers who have assisted in protecting New South Wales communities recently.

The Xtreme Bulls Australia's Professional Bull Riding Pro Tour Finals will be held at Tamworth's Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre on January 18 during the Country Musical Festival.

The event will feature the country's leading cowboys against the best bucking bulls.

There will also be Xtreme Mini-Bulls featuring the best young junior bull riders, and Xtreme Broncs will pit the 10 best Australian bronc horses against the 10 best Australian bronc riders.

The elite bull riding event was started by Simon Creswell who lost the use of his legs riding a bull.

Xtreme Bulls Australia business manager Craig Long said they were looking forward to highlighting the magnificent work done by RFS volunteers.

"We encourage the community to grab a ticket and come along to this great event this January, as we salute our RFS volunteers with awesome entertainment," he said.

Tamworth Regional Council mayor Col Murray said it was another exciting event being held at AELEC, and the perfect opportunity to pause, acknowledge and thank the incredible RFS volunteers on the frontline keeping people safe.

Tickets are available at entertainmentvenues.com.au

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