Flint Rasmussen Talks all things PBR, PRCA, and PBR World Finals

Host and entertainer Flint Rasmussen has been an official arena entertainer exclusively with the PBR since 2006 and performed in his first PBR World Finals in 1997.

Flint has been named the PRCA Clown of the Year seven times and continues to be one of the most well known entertainers in rodeo history.

“No matter how long I do it, I love to hear that instant reaction from a crowd, to make peoples day a little better. I feel like I’ll walk away when I don’t feel like I’m the best one, and I feel like I’m still doing a good job,” he said.

Flint will be in Fort Worth, Texas to perform at the PBR World Finals, as well as host his show ‘Outside the Barrel’ from May 13-22.

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