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Punkin Days

Going 30 years strong in the Pumpkin Capitol, USA 

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The Floydada Chamber of Commerce hosted the 30th Annual Punkin Days on October 14, 2017. This annual harvest-time celebration in the pumpkin capitol of Texas honors none other than the pumpkin. What started as a way to celebrate the end of harvest has now become a yearly tradition in the community.
 
 
 
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Raider Rojos Awards 32 Scholarships

Reagor Dykes Auto Group Partners with Raiders Rojos to Support Students 

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Congratulations to Raiders Rojos Alumni Chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni Association. For the past fifteen years, the chapter has awarded scholarships to first generation students through contributions from alums and businesses. Awards over the 15 years now total more than a quarter of a million dollars and Reagor Dykes Auto Group is proud to provide scholarships again this year.

 
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Let's Roll Student Athlete: Daisha Greathouse

Daisha Greathouse proves to be a powerhouse both on and off the court 

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Some athletes are simply born for competition and Daisha Greathouse is one of them. Competing at the varsity level for the fourth year in a row at Post High School, she understands what it takes to be a successful athlete and team.
 
“Everyone has to have the same goal as to what they want for that season. And if we don’t all have that same goal, we’re not going to go anywhere.”
 
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Inc 5000 Fastest-Growing Privately Held Company

For the 4th year in a row, Inc. Magazine ranks RDAG among the nation’s fastest growing privately held companies 

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The Reagor Dykes Auto Group has been placed on the 36th annual Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing privately held companies in the nation for the fourth year in a row. This exclusive ranking was achieved with a three-year sales growth of 91%.
 
“Welcome back to the most exclusive club in business,” Inc. Magazine CEO and Editor-in-Chief Eric Schurenberg wrote in a letter to the auto group. 
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Red Raider Meats: Royal Rumble Cookoff

Red Raider Meats puts on a show as some of nations top pit masters square up at 2017 event 

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The annual Raider Red Meats BBQ and Ribeye championship was held Aug. 25-26 with Reagor Dykes Auto Group CEO Bart Reagor serving as one of the judges for the Royal Rumble Cookoff, held in conjunction with the competition.
 
The event provides cooks locally and nationwide with a chance to square off against each other on the campus of Texas Tech University.

In addition to Reagor, other judges were Texas Tech University System Chancellor Robert Duncan, State Sen. Charles Perry and others…
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Knights of Columbus: Tech Kickoff Night

Legendary Tech football coach remembered for his ability to bring out best in players, people 

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Reagor Dykes Auto Group co-owners Bart Reagor and Rick Dykes were among the featured speakers at the Knights of Columbus annual Tech Kickoff Night, which was held Aug. 26 at the Knights’ hall.
 
The 48th annual event, which traditionally ushers in the Red Raider football season, was a tribute to former Texas Tech head coach Spike Dykes, who led the Raiders from the 1986 Independence Bowl through 1999. He passed away earlier this year.
 
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Let's Roll Student Athlete: Zack Caudill

Zack Caudill embodies all that it means to be a New Deal Lion 

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Not only is Zack Caudill a strong asset on the front line for the Lions, but he also possesses all the qualities of a team player and especially a New Deal Lion.
 
“This kid could do everything. He accepts his role and gets it done,” head coach Matt Hill said. “He just represents what we speak about as a great team player. He brings the work ethic every day and it’s all business.”
 
It is that same hard work and dedication that Caudill believes to be…
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Reagor Dykes Mitsubishi Fireworks Extravaganza

4th on Broadway festivities led by one of city’s biggest advocate families 

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The 4th on Broadway is a treasured tradition for families on the South Plains for 27 years.
 
Celebrations took place at Mackenzie Park for the 4th on Broadway Parade with hopes to grow the event bigger than ever before. 
 
The parade and festival remain the largest free festival in Texas but with the change, the demand for volunteers has doubled. 
 
Many community leaders, schools, businesses, and civic organizations took the opportunity to show their patriotism by taking part in the parade. 
 
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Let's Roll Student Athlete: Ethan Martinez

Junior, Ethan Martinez serves up strong game for Cooper Pirates 

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From the first time he ever stepped on a tennis court, Ethan Martinez knew he was right at home.
 
“I was a baseball player, a pretty decent pitcher,” he said. “I didn’t really want to go to PE, so I thought I would try tennis, and when I tried it, it just felt like I was meant to be there.”
 
Martinez now has four years of competitive tennis under his belt, and he will be a junior at Lubbock-Cooper, where the tennis program’s growth has coincided with Martinez…
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