That is exactly what I am doing as Miss Rodeo Louisiana 2015. From Swamp People to Duck Dynasty, Louisiana is getting recognition from the toe of the boot to the tip top. Our unique culture is being seen all over the United States. I have had the honor of not only traveling my great state but, to others as well. I have many trips planned this year as my calendar is booked with rodeos and appearances until I leave for Vegas.
Now to tell you a little about myself, I am an avid cowgirl who can rope with the boys in the team roping and race with the girls in the barrel racing. I love being able to inspire the younger generation as Miss Rodeo Louisiana. My favorite part of the whole experience is the children. They are the next generation of our rodeo world and I think we have a bright future. That is one reason I have decided to obtain my Bachelor’s Degree in elementary education.
I would like to thank everyone involved in the Miss Rodeo America organization, Miss Rodeo Louisiana organization, and all who have had a hand in helping me every step of the way. I would not have this amazing opportunity without the people involved. This is truly a once in a lifetime experience and I am very grateful to be able to represent my home state.
Meet Me at the Rodeo,
Miss Rodeo Louisiana
Harli Joe Cowdin