TLRA Rodeo

TLRA Rodeo needs additional Bucket Truck Operators and Judges. Please contact Doug Schlemmer at                         
2015 TLRA Rodeo
Dates to Remember

2015 TLRA Rodeo


Vision Statement

 Providing Safety, Education, Efficiency and Teamwork Opportunities to Utilities and Lineworkers in the Electric Power Industry


 Mission Statement

 The Texas Lineman’s Rodeo Association, Inc. (TLRA) is composed of volunteers and dedicated professionals devoted to the promotion of charitable, educational and electrical safety activities, including, but not limited to, the continued education of lineworkers, the encouragement of cost-reducing efficiency and proficiency methods in the work environment, building relationships of trust and teaching teamwork techniques, sharing of ideas to bring innovation to the industry and networking that will foster long term relationships between electric utilities, in addition to offering lineworkers in the United States of America a way to showcase their skills and pride in the profession of high voltage linework to their families, their customers and the public.



You will also find information about various Corporate Sponsors. Without these sponsors we would not have a Texas Lineman's Rodeo event. Please thank the sponsors when you see them at your company or at the rodeo event.

If you have questions related to the rodeo event please contact one of our Board of Directors or a member of our Advisory Board. We are here to make your experience a positive one.

If you have any questions related to the documents located on this website or the website itself, please contact the

revised 5/23/15

Updated Info -
July 2014

2014 Rodeo Results
are online

2014 Bar-B-Q Cookoff winners
are online


The TLRA is a Non-Profit Corporation, without sponsors we would not be able to have the Texas Lineman's Rodeo Event. Please consider sponsoring our wonderful event.

We have several oportunities for Sponsors


Please visit our Sponsors Page for more information.

Also visit our List of Sponsors