Fort Worth Convention and visitors Bureau Blog

Author: Rush Olson
A Fort Worth native, Rush Olson has spent two decades directing creative efforts for sports teams and broadcasters. He currently creates ad campaigns, television programs, and related creative projects for sports entities and other clients through his company, Rush Olson Creative & Sports.

Fort Worth's Gold-Medal Facilities

Posted On August 1, 2016 | Rush Olson

The quadrennial Summer Games have come and gone, leaving us all yearning to get out and partake in one of the many sporting events seen. Here's a list of places to play out your own victory in Cowtown: Equestrian Speaking of cows (and bulls) -- rodeo won’t be featured, although it was contested in
We imagine Fort Worth having been founded by hardy men and women riding along dusty trails to establish a frontier outpost along a key river. We’ve still got trails (less dusty ones) and the Trinity River, and now those routes lead to activities your forefathers and mothers would never have
If you’ve ever heard of Fort Worth, Texas, you’re aware of our cowboy culture and the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. You might even know they’ve held the Stock Show at the Will Rogers Memorial Center every year since 1944. But you may not realize the complex hosts events year-round. As you

Top Spots to Watch the Rangers

Posted On May 19, 2016 | Rush Olson

The Texas Rangers don't play at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Well, okay, they don't always play at Globe Life. Half their games are road games, and Spring Training games happen mostly in Arizona. That means you've got to find somewhere to watch your Rangers play when they don't do it in Tarrant
Sports fans come from all fifty states and a number of foreign countries to enjoy themselves at Texas Motor Speedway . Visitors from out of town can do business there, too, thanks to the track's numerous hospitality options. Many business ventures have been born at the Fort Worth venue, including