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« on: October 05, 2009, 11:33:32 pm »


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For Immediate Release
Contact: Dustin Roy Rogers
417.339.1900 Ext: 231
dustin@royrogers.com



ROY ROGERS-DALE EVANS MUSEUM IS CLOSING, BUT THE LEGACY WILL CONTINUE
Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum Closing Its Doors In December;
Live Shows with Roy Rogers Jr. and the High Riders with Dustin Roy Rogers To Continue


BRANSON, MISSOURI. October 5, 2009 - After six seasons in Branson, the Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum announced today that it will close its doors in December.

The Rogers family wants to thank Roy and Dale's fans for the many wonderful years that the Museum has enjoyed since its opening in California in 1967. However, declining attendance and an uncertain economy have caused the family to make the extremely difficult decision to close the Museum doors. And as Roy Rogers himself told Roy Jr., "If the Museum starts costing you money, then liquidate everything and move on."

Says Roy Rogers Jr., "The artifacts in the Museum are from Roy and Dale's lifetime together, but even when these artifacts are gone, our memories of Roy and Dale will live on forever. Nothing can ever take those away. We encourage everyone to visit the Museum during the next few months and re-live the great memories that Roy and Dale gave them and celebrate their lives."

As for the live shows that currently are performed at the Museum, Roy Rogers Jr. also announced today that his company, Golden Stallion, which owns and produces the shows, will be looking for a new location in the Branson area. "Next season, we hope to see you at our new location, where Roy and Dale's legacy will continue through our live shows." Rogers continues, "We have developed a great love for Branson and the theatre community here, and look forward to many more years as a part of it."

The legacy and spirit of Roy and Dale live on through Roy Rogers Jr. and the rest of the family, in whom they instilled their deep family values. Roy Rogers Jr. and his band will continue the legacy that Roy and Dale started as they continue to perform the cowboy music that they loved so well. Details about the new venue for Roy Rogers Jr. and his band, with Dustin Roy Rogers, will be released in the near future.

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The Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum houses the world's most comprehensive collection of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans memorabilia and artifacts. A 5013 non profit organization, it was established by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in California in 1967 and moved to Missouri in 2003. The Museum is located at 3950 Green Mountain Drive in Branson, Missouri. Call 417.339.1900 for information or visit http://www.royrogers.com

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