Bloomer Trail­ers’ 20th an­niver­sary, Legacy mem­bers, and Spicer Gripp re­sults.

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Sta­tis­tics show that 96 per­cent of businesses fail within 10 years, but Bloomer Trail­ers has stood solid for 20 years un­der the lead­er­ship of Texas’ Randy Bloomer.

In 1998, Bloomer changed the horse trailer in­dus­try for the bet­ter. In­volved in the Western in­dus­try and hav­ing ex­pe­ri­ence with horse trailer sales, Bloomer knew that live­stock safety was a huge com­po­nent of a trailer. He set out to mod­ern­ize and rev­o­lu­tion­ize the in­dus­try. Now, 20 years later, the Bloomer Trail­ers brand is not only used by world cham­pi­ons in ev­ery Western dis­ci­pline, it is also be­ing used by top Bill­board mu­si­cians, race car driv­ers, and more.

“We have never stopped chal­leng­ing our­selves to find a bet­ter or safer way to pro­tect our cus­tomers and their live­stock,” Bloomer said.

In 2002, Bloomer Trail­ers started build­ing a state-of-the-art pro­duc­tion fa­cil­ity in Cen­tral Texas to serve as a con­ve­nient lo­ca­tion for deal­ers, cus­tomers, and their ven­dors. Upon com­ple­tion in 2003, Bloomer Trail­ers moved more than 40 em­ploy­ees and their fam­i­lies to Sal­ado, Texas, to help con­tinue the crafts­man­ship that their cus­tomers ex­pected.

To­day, Bloomer Trail­ers has more than 80 full-time em­ploy­ees who are proud of the brand they build. Al­though the brand has grown tremen­dously, it still prac­tices the prin­ci­ples the com­pany was built on. You will still see Randy Bloomer work­ing at shows and vis­it­ing with cus­tomers, mak­ing a point to be in­volved in the in­dus­try.

Bloomer Trail­ers has of­fered its Bloomer Trail­ers High School Rodeo Team since 2007, now with 33 youth ath­letes. Th­ese ath­letes are not only Bloomer cus­tomers–they are the best ath­letes in and out of the arena. Teach­ing th­ese young ath­letes how to in­ter­view, take pic­tures, ac­quire spon­sor­ships, and more has been Bloomer Trail­ers way of giv­ing back. Some of the youth ath­letes have gone on to win World Cham­pi­onships, be­come doc­tors, or have their own fam­i­lies, most of which still own a Bloomer Trailer.

Bloomer Trail­ers is in­volved in a large ma­jor­ity of equine sports. They are the of­fi­cial trailer of the Wran­gler Na­tional Fi­nals Rodeo, World Se­ries of Team Rop­ing, The Amer­i­can Rodeo, Na­tional Reined Cow Horse As­so­ci­a­tion, Pendle­ton Roundup, Texas High School Rodeo As­so­ci­a­tion, and the Bob Feist In­vi­ta­tional.

As a part of their 20-year an­niver­sary, Bloomer Trail­ers, has de­cided to cel­e­brate the mem­o­ries that have been made in a Bloomer Trailer. Cus­tomers have sent in pic­tures of their trail­ers from ev­ery decade to show that their Bloomer can han­dle the miles. Al­though the brand is grow­ing older, the pas­sion is stronger than ever. As for the fu­ture, they ex­pect “only the best.”

More info: bloomer­trail­ers.com

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