Cash in cowboy boots to help ranchers - KOTA Territory News

Cash in cowboy boots to help ranchers

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Putting cash into cowboy boots for a good cause.

That's the goal of Jim Beam's 'fill the boot' campaign.
 
Fifty boots have been set up across KOTA Territory at local locations to give people the chance to give what they can to the South Dakota Rancher's Relief fund.

Ben Young, Jim Beam state manager, says the goal is to get $1,000 from all 50 boots for a grand total of $50,000. 

Choosing a boot was a way to symbolize the rancher life-style. 
 
Want to drop off some money? Here is a list of where boots are located: 

R Bar, Lemmon 
Jones Bottle, Phillip 
Sparks, Isabel 
City Package, Eagle Butte 
Party Time, Spearfish 
Fresh Start, Spearfish 
Speedy Mart, Spearfish 
The Lodge, Deadwood 
Cadillac Jacks, Deadwood 
Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood 
Saloon #10, Deadwood 
Social Club, Deadwood 
Elk Creek Steakhouse, Piedmont 
Joe's Place, Rapid City
Minerva's,  Rapid City
Dakotah Steakhouse, Rapid City
Hotel Alex Johnson,  Rapid City
Smith's Liquor, Rapid City 
Canyon Lake Liquor, Rapid City  
Autumn Hills Liquor, Rapid City  
Boyd's, Rapid City 
Cowboy Back Bar, Belle Fourche  
Capital City, Pierre 
Cattleman Club, Pierre

 

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