Trevor Knowles is one of the most talented athletes in the history of the sport of steer wrestling. A 9-time WNFR qualifier, this cowboy’s track record is superior to most, putting him in an elite category of athletes that deserves to be examined as an advertising opportunity.
Knowles has qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo for 9 consecutive years, kicking off his professional career in 2004. In 2011, Trevor won round 2 with a rodeo best-equaling time of 3.3 seconds. He shared the win in round one with a 3.9 and round 10 clocking in at 3.6. He placed in two other rounds and landed in the number three spot in the average. This consistent cowboy also has speed on his side. At the 2009 Walla Walla Frontier Days in Washington, Trevor broke an arena record with a 7.4-second run on two head, including an arena record of 3.5 seconds in the first round.
Trevor entered his 9th NFR appearance in 2012 with a #6 ranking in the world standings, and at 33 years of age, Trevor is far from the end of his rope. With an incredible 2013 rodeo season, winning rodeos such as Ellensburg and Puyallup Washington, Redding and Hayward California, San Angelo Texas, Airdrie Alberta, and the All-Around at Sisters Oregon, Trevor is currently ranked #1 in the 2013 PRCA world standings and is well on his way to his 10th NFR and a World Championship.
When Trevor is not traveling the rodeo road, he works on the ranch in Mt. Vernon Oregon with his family. As an avid sportsman, he also spends time hunting big game between rodeos and ranch work, and thus offers a unique advertising opportunity for hunting and tactical brands that aim to penetrate the rodeo industry. This dynamic athlete will be a valuable asset to any company and will diligently promote any brand that chooses to be on his team. A passionate philanthropist, Trevor commits to donating 20% of all sponsorship funds to various charitable organizations across the United States. Exciting plans and more specifics coming this summer. Trevor proudly supports American Legion’s OPERATION COMFORT WARRIOR and will donate 20% of his 2012 WNFR earnings to the American Legion.