Forrest Anderson Plumbing and Air Conditioning Sponsors Camp Verde Teen Rodeo Star
By Mayra Vasquez -
Tuesday Dec 07, 2021
Forrest Anderson Plumbing and Air Conditioning (Forrest Anderson), a family-owned business in the Phoenix area since 1961, is proud to announce that they will sponsor Cutter Frisch, a Camp Verde high school rodeo athlete and his horse, Tango at this year’s Jr. NFR event. Forrest Anderson sponsored $1,700 to help Frisch attend the competitive youth rodeo championship that features talented youth rodeo.
Frisch has been involved with rodeo since he was 8 years old. After qualifying at the Mike & Sherrylynn Johnson Vegas Toughest Jr. World Championship Qualifier, Frisch will be competing in the 15 & Under Tie Down Roping Championship on December 9th in Las Vegas.
“Since 1961, our company has deep roots in supporting our neighbors. It’s always exciting to support the talented youth in our communities,” said Audrey Monell, President of Forrest Anderson. “We are so proud of the hard work Cutter and Tango have put into this championship. We wish them the best of luck on their event this month.”
Monell has a special place for rodeo in her heart. At 16 years old she became the women’s world champion of cowboy mounted shooting and during high school, she earned a rodeo scholarship to Texas Tech University. To this day, Monell rides horses and supports the local rodeo community.
About Forrest Anderson Plumbing and Air Conditioning:
Forrest Anderson Plumbing and Air Conditioning has been providing exceptional service to the Phoenix area since 1961. A third-generation family business, Forrest Anderson remains committed to its founder’s core beliefs: treat your customers right, treat your employees right, do your best work, and always do the right thing. Forrest Anderson technicians operate under a four-point service model (understand, discuss, solve and deliver) to provide a consistent, high-quality experience each and every time. ROC: O68884, O80357, O68784, O32411. For more information, call 623-780-4060 or visit http://forrestanderson.net/.