WATCH: The Meaning Behind San Angelo's Rodeo Parade

SAN ANGELO, TX -- For almost anyone who's grown up in San Angelo and the Concho Valley, the annual rodeo parade has been something to remember. 

Each year hundreds gather to watch as the horses, floats, and drill teams make their way around downtown San Angelo when the rodeo comes to town. 

For the little ones, it's a chance to see and waive at something new while for others it's an opportunity to pay tribute to what's made San Angelo the city it is today. 

Along with Fort Concho, the agriculture community and western lifestyle have been key components in creating the city we know as the Pearl of the Conchos. 

Watch as San Angelo Mayor Brenda Gunter shares early memories of the parade and the meaning of San Angelo's annual event that gives light to the Concho Valley's agricultural community. 

This San Angleo LIVE rodeo showcase piece is proudly presented by The Autoplex and Angelo MRI

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