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National Western moving

National Western is outgrowing its aging, 95-acre complex in North Denver, the location of the annual National Western Stock Show (currently underway Jan. 12-27th). As such, the organization is in talks with International Speedway Corp. to build a 1,000-acre complex near Denver International Airport. The new complex would host the stock show in the winter months, and be open for Nascar Events and possibly Olympic sports training in the summer months. The project would cost a projected $600 million to $800 million, and would “require significant public funding.”

What are your thoughts on a possible tax increase to fund such a complex?

For more information, check out the article in this morning’s Denver Post.

And while attending the stock show this year, take some time and browse the incredible art collection at the Coors Western Art Gallery on the 3rd floor of the Expo Hall. Mirr Ranch Group is the official sponsor of the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale, and all proceeds benefit the National Western Scholarship Trust.

One Response to “National Western moving”

  1. The Ranch Post » Owners of working ranches waiting on looming National Western move

    […] As we reported back in 2008, the National Western was considering a move out near Denver International Airport to a 1,000-acre complex that would also host Nascar events. This year, National Western is still considering a move out near the airport, but as reported in recent Denver Post articles, it would instead “be coupled with a 1,500-room, Western-themed hotel and conference center in Aurora.” Critics worry the move would take business away from the Colorado Convention Center and downtown Denver hotels. However, the old proposal would have been driven by public funding whereas the new proposal will be largely privately funded. […]


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