Our Heritage
We Still Believe
America’s early history doesn’t boast kings and castles and coliseums. No knights in shining armor, no princesses. We’ve got cowboys. Straight talkers and straight shooters, governed only by the unwritten Code of the West:

If it’s not right, don’t do it.
If it’s not yours, don’t take it.
If it’s not true, don’t say it.

Cowboy lore takes us back to a time when you knew what was real – when a handshake was a contract. A horse was a trusted companion. No one knew where you were most of the time unless they were with you. Nothing ever beeped at you. No one had 374 friends. Blackberries and apples fit nicely into pies not pockets, and bad news was delivered in person. Mistakes were not documented in full color and video. Hell, they were just another story around the fire.

Although the tracks of the covered wagons eventually faded from the landscape, the Code of the West is alive and well in people who still believe. We still believe.
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