The Bell County Expo Centre is an event venue situated in Belton, Texas. It is a large arena which can seat around 6559 people. It used to be the home ground of the many sports teams including the Central Texas Stampede, The Cen Tex Barracudas, and the Texas Bullets. Currently, it is home to the famous Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame. Rodeo champions like Ty Murray frequent the place for bull riding. It is also open for musical concerts and has hosted many a famous festivals. Their event calendar for this year has also been released and Bell County Expo Centre tickets are circulating the market for all those interested.
The location of the arena is ideal, for it is halfway between the Interstate and the Highway, capturing both sides of Texas. Being right in the core of Central Texas, the venue comes in huge importance when important events of the state, or simple entertainment occasion or festivals are taking place. It is also connected with all the major cities such as Austin and Waco, enabling a larger audience interest during major concert tours, when artists look for convenient venues. Moreover, the perfect location makes travelling much easier for people who live in the outskirt cities and are otherwise unable to attend such instances. The Bell County Expo Centre is also close to many good restaurants, so concert goers can also enjoy a nice meal out. People who come from far away can also choose to stay at the nearby hotels and a running marketplace that is no more than half an hour away. This market is Texas oldest places and attracts million people from all around the United States each year. After they have attended their event, they can easily drive back directly via the junctions all of which lead to the motorway. As far as convenience goes, this venue has everything to offer.
Katrina Animal Shelter Aid
I am a supporter of the Poodle Rescue of New England and I wanted to know how to help. This morning I contacted Sharla Roussel of the Creole Poodle Club Rescue. She gave me an overview of the situation in the area and explained how the local authorities are caring for the pets that are found or temporarily taken from their owners. The animals are brought into a central location and information is taken about where they were found or who they belong to, and they are looked over by veterinarians. Sick animals are given treatment and the healthy animals get a bath, food and water. The healthy pets are placed at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center where owners can come to claim them