Dear Angus Supporters of all ages and varieties,

Oklahoma and Arkansas are proud to team up to host the A-OK NJAS 2007, “The American Dream”. We have been “dreaming” of this event for several months and are busy making our dreams into a show you will be glad you participated in. Tulsa, OK, is the site of the 2007 show and we are very excited to share the new barns, tie-outs and other facilities with you. The 4th of July week promises to be filled with events and activities that will keep everyone involved. The NJAA Board of Directors and our planning committee are working hard to plan events that allow all our junior members to excel and we are glad to be part of the process of developing our future industry leaders.

It is no small undertaking to host the largest single breed junior show in the nation and we appreciate all the support other states, ranches, and segments of our industry supply to this show. We are committed to hosting an event that is enjoyable, educational, and enduring in the lives of our junior members. Make your plans now to meet us in Tulsa and don’t be afraid to work for your “American Dream”.


Keith and Janet Grissom
A-OK 2007 NJAS Chairmen

Dear Juniors, Parents, and Angus Enthusiasts,

We would like to sincerely offer a grand Oklahoma-sized invitation to anybody who is thinking about participating in or just attending the National Junior Angus Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma. If any of you are like us, you spend all summer waiting to go to the national show. We don’t know if we have ever waited with more anticipation for any nationals like we have waited for this one. The show planning committee has been working overtime to make sure that this year’s show will be one of the best ever. When they picked the theme “The American Dream” we felt that it was very appropriate. The cattle industry and especially junior shows and activities really highlight the American Dream. In cattle, like in most of life, if you are willing to take risks, work hard, be ambitious and have a vision you will be successful. These are all attributes that the National Junior Angus Association teaches. So over the next year, while you prepare for the national show, remember to keep your American Dream in mind and always strive for perfection.

See you in Tulsa,

John C. Pfeiffer and Haley Rieff
Junior Co-Chairman