Valentine’s Day can be a tricky holiday to shop for. Whether you’re in a new relationship or one that is on the verge of withstanding the test of time, finding the right gift to show the love of your life how much you care can be challenging. Especially if you’re not a big fan of what many consider a greeting-card-company-created-holiday.
The perfect gift for your Valentine might be more than a box of chocolates or pink stuffed teddy bear. It might be an experience your favorite cowboy or cowgirl won’t forget.
Research shows that experiences are more satisfying than material goods. That’s because we tend to stop appreciating tangible items once their newness wears off. “Experience giving” is on the rise. And your giftee doesn’t have to be a minimalist or a Millennial to appreciate gifts that can’t be wrapped. (Plus, no fussy flowers, and heart-shaped balloons!)
One reason we think highly of gifting an experience for Valentines Day? An experience is fleeting (something you can’t do every day) so it tends to provide more joy – from the anticipation to the memories that get sweeter with time. What’s more, you can go with ‘em and enjoy it together.
Think outside the gift box this Valentine’s Day. Think about giving your sweetheart or littlest loved ones an experience they’ll never forget… Like at the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo. Heck, your favorite rodeo date might have already considered buying tickets to the RNCFR – happening April 7-10 here in Kissimmee.
Whether your sweetheart is a little cowgirl or an old cowpoke, tickets to the RNCFR are sure to please with thrills, spills, fierce competition, and more! This championship rodeo determines the PRCA’s national circuit champions and is an event any rodeo fan won’t want to miss.
Out-of-towners can also check out other world-class experiences in Central Florida while they’re here for the rodeo.
So don’t be afraid to show your love this Valentine’s Day. And definitely consider tickets to the RNCFR. It’s unique. It’s memorable. It’s fun. It’s a date! After all, it’s rodeo, ya’ll! Happy Valentine’s Day!
See more at RNCFR.com