Wyoming’s own takes the reins at the PRCA

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The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) is gaining new leadership from the Cowboy State. Cheyenne’s Tom Glause is now on board as Chief Operating Officer and Director of Rodeo Administration for the PRCA, which is based in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Until his appointed at the PRCA, Glause served as State Insurance Commissioner under Governor Mead and Governor Gordon. 

Glause knows a thing or two about what it takes to be a PRCA contestant. He rodeoed in college (at Casper College and the University of Wyoming) and became a card-carrying PRCA cowboy, riding bucking horses and team roping. And his son, Seth, is a four-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier as a bull rider.

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