Lazy E Arena Welcomes New Corporate Partnership With Sooner Trailer
The Lazy E Arena is proud to welcome Sooner Trailer as a Corporate Partner and the Official Horse Trailer of the Lazy E Arena.
The Lazy E Arena is grateful to have a team of corporate partners that support the arena’s events throughout the year. Lazy E Arena is proud to announce a new partnership with Sooner Trailer as the Official Horse Trailer of the Lazy E Arena.
“Sooner Trailers is excited to partner with the Lazy E Arena for the upcoming year and beyond. This partnership will allow us to work with an iconic Oklahoma arena to support the horse owners that participate on this great stage.” Ryan Stump, Sooner Director of Marketing and Customer Service said. “We’re looking forward to supporting these passionate participants while learning more about how we can continue to provide the premium custom trailers that they demand.”
In addition to being a Corporate Partner and the Official Horse Trailer of the Lazy E Arena, Sooner will also support all Lazy E Arena produced events and initiatives including the Ironman of Pro Rodeo, the Cinch Timed Event Championship as well as the JR. Ironman Championship, held in conjunction with the CTEC.
“The Lazy E Arena and the McKinney family are so proud to welcome Sooner Trailer to the Lazy E Arena family” said Dan Wall, Lazy E Arena General Manager. “We pride ourselves in Partnering with only the top companies in the industry. It’s no surprise, Sooner is the quality leader in the rodeo and roping markets that make up so many of Lazy E’s events. It’s a perfect fit.”
For more information about all Lazy E Arena Sponsors and Corporate Partners, visit www.lazye.com/partnerships.
Sooner Trailer was founded in 1956 by Francis Cobb. The company didn't actually build trailers then, but the idea for constructing top quality devices for transporting animals began when someone needed a stock rack and Cobb agreed to build it for them. From these humble beginnings, Sooner has continued to grow its range of products to build thousands of horse and livestock trailers each year. Today, Sooner trailers are manufactured in El Reno, Oklahoma, and are distributed across the United States via approximately 90 dealers located in over 35 states and internationally via its dealerships located in 5 provinces of Canada.
The Fabulous Lazy E Arena – just southeast of Guthrie and northeast of Edmond/Oklahoma City – was established in December 1984. News and information is provided as a service to visitors and guests to the arena and can be found at lazye.com or on Facebook.