Cowboy Christmas Comes to the Las Vegas Valley
For the next 10 days, the Las Vegas Convention Center will be transformed into a Christmas Wonderland for Rodeo fans.
The event is the official gift show of the National Finals Rodeo and has been dubbed "Cowboy Christmas." According to organizers, the event has been a Las Vegas tradition since 1986, according to the NFR website .
With 440,000 square feet of belt buckles and boots, anyone looking for last-minute Christmas gifts is in for a treat.
Tyler Sikora, a vendor with Dean Sign Design, says he’s been at this location for two years now, and this year, the growth is unbelievable.
This year's event is expected to draw more than 350 vendors and exhibitors to the convention, which will draw in crowds of over 220,000 people.
Cowboy Christmas will be in the Las Vegas valley until Saturday, Dec. 10.