2020 Sponsorship Opportunities

Available Sponsorships Packages

We have various levels of sponsorship opportunities available. Click the link to view the details of each. If you would like to customize a sponsorship package, then call (928) 524-4757 so we can work together to change or combine levels into something more appropriate for your needs.

Click here to download the sponsor agreement.

Promote Your Business to More Than 48,000 Viewers

The Navajo County Fair & Rodeo wants to help your organization grow by advertising your business all year long.

All arena signs stay up for one year—not just the three days of the event. With numerous events held throughout the year at the fairgrounds—from barrel races to livestock shows, from bull ridings to tool sales—and through it all, your 4′ X 8′ sign will be prominently displayed.

Many people have asked why they should support the Navajo County Fair & Rodeo in Holbrook and don’t see how it will benefit their business in another community. The reason is simple: your organization will reach more than 48,000 people throughout the year. There is not another event or facility that will promote your company for an entire year at such an affordable rate. What’s more; by sponsoring the Navajo County Fair & Rodeo you are supporting residents of Navajo County who enter their livestock, small animals, products, or handcrafted items and go on to win premiums and awards.

It takes a lot of volunteers and sponsors throughout our region to put on the Navajo County Fair & Rodeo, and it is primarily funded through your support.

The Navajo County Fair & Rodeo will be held September 16 – 19, 2020. The events include:

  • Jr. Miss Pageant
  • Ram Rodeo
  • Little Buckaroo Rodeo
  • Open Jr. Rodeo
  • Saturday night concert
  • Demolition Derby
  • Open Class Exhibits
  • Entertainment
  • Carnival
  • Jr. Livestock Show & Auction
  • 4-H Exhibits & Horse Show
  • And so much more.

The Navajo County Fair & Rodeo was voted #1 by rodeo contestants from around the country. We will again be a part of the Ram Rodeo Series, and last year we had more than 27,000 spectators through the gate—for the fair alone.