Honoring Breast Cancer Survivors at the Wrangler NFR

On December 8, at Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, we had the pleasure of honoring an 11-year breast cancer survivor, Connie Sunby.

Connie is the heart and soul of fundraising efforts for the Minot, North Dakota, Y’s Men’s Rodeo. For the past nine years, she has worked with the local health care provider to build their cancer exercise rehabilitation program. In those nine years, their group has raised more than $495,000 on behalf of Tough Enough to Wear Pink in their community.

We were there to award a Tough Enough to Wear Pink commemorative Montana Silversmiths belt buckle to thank Connie for all of her hard work.

Once again, we’d like to send another big thank you to Connie and everyone with the Minot Y’s Men’s Rodeo for all of their hard work and dedication. We tip our hats to you!

Pictured above left to right: Judy Wagner, Montana Silversmiths; Lacey Wheatley, Tough Enough to Wear Pink Director; Connie Sunby, Breast Cancer Survivor Honoree; Terry Wheatley, Tough Enough to Wear Pink Founder; Callie Adams, Montana Silversmiths.