As the main sponsor of the contest, the disaster relief company run by CEO Pete Bell (who is a real cowboy in Houston) who spares no expense for his tent can be described as: described as “elegant western” and is nearly 9,000 square feet. CultureMap has reached out to Cotton Holdings for some insider information on this VIP experience that will open on Thursday, February 24 to an invite-only crowd.
Bell told CultureMap: “The Bar-B-Que World Championship has always been one of my favorite parts of rodeo. “We wanted to create a space where our guests could easily create new rodeo memories with outstanding dishes from our Cotton Culinary team and incredible decor, such as those 7-foot mosaic horse with floral saddle and pearl-covered velvet chandelier Every detail is designed to be a work of art, and we can’t wait to bid farewell to lasting memories with our rodeo family this weekend.”
https://abc13.com/houston-livestock-show-and-rodeo-rodeohouston-bbq-contest-cookoff/11596419/ Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo: Historic Moments Coming, Plus the Cotton’ Q Club Tent Not to Be Missed