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3rd Annual Boomtown Ribeye Roundup

The 3rd Annual Boomtown Ribeye Roundup will take place at Hayes General Store Saturday, May 10th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

At the Ribeye Roundup, there will be a Steak Cookoff Competition, live bands, vendor booths, food, and activities for children. The competitor entry fee is $25.00.  To have a vendor booth is also $25.00. An appetizer winner will win a $50.00 Hayes gift certificate. The steak winner will win a $250.00 Hayes gift certificate.

All of the proceeds from the Ribeye Roundup will benefit the Burkburnett Relay for Life American Cancer Society.

Hayes General Store is located at 401 East 3rd Street in Burkburnett, Texas

For more information contact Jerry Hayes by email at jerry@hayesgenrealstore.net or by phone at (940)-569-2271. 

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