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Valentine's Day in Fort Worth

6 Unique Places to Go on Valentine’s Day in Fort Worth

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Valentine’s Day. You either love it or you hate it.

Fancy restaurants? Sigh.
A bouquet of flowers? Eye roll.
Movie at a traditional theater? Yawn.

Sure, there’s a lot about Cupid’s Big Day that can be a little stale, but it doesn’t always have to be that way, especially in Fort Worth!

Here at Brumbaugh’s, we know our way around Cowtown. We have been here for over 50 years, after all. There are lots unique things you can do around this city to celebrate your love – this ain’t no one-horse town, y’all.

Whether you’re looking for something different to do with your better half or want to have a fun ladies night for Galentine’s Day, here are five unique places to go and things to do on Valentine’s Day in Fort Worth: Read More

Elizabeth Brumbaugh Quirk: Memoir of a Cowgirl

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An accomplished horsewoman and entrepreneur, Elizabeth Brumbaugh Quirk discusses what the cowgirl lifestyle means to her and how it influences her life – in and outside the competition circuit.

The term “cowgirl” is a word loosely defined in today’s world. The general public classifies people from Texas as cowboys and cowgirls who surely ride their horses to town on a daily basis – if they only knew! The heritage and legacy that surrounds the American Cowgirl is illustrious and laced with grit, determination, and a passion for livestock.

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western things to do in fort worth

13 Can’t-Miss Things to Do in Fort Worth

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Been looking for some western things to do in Fort Worth? At Brumbaugh’s, we know a thing or two about rodeos. If you’re heading into Fort Worth to watch or compete in rodeo events, you’ll almost certainly find us at Will Rogers Memorial Center cheering on our own Elizabeth Brumbaugh as she competes in NCHA events or lounging in our booth in the Amon Carter Exhibition Hall.

But are you wondering what else to do once the rodeo is said and done? We believe in good ol’ fashioned Texas hospitality, so you won’t be bored on our watch. Here are 13 of the best western-themed things to do in Fort Worth – because it ain’t called Cowtown for nothin’. Here are our favorite things to do in Fort Worth: Read More

Larry Brumbaugh

Larry Brumbaugh: 50 Years in Furniture

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After 50 years in the industry, you can’t say Larry Brumbaugh is just in the furniture business. Larry has elevated the business to a whole new level. Perched atop a hill on the west side of Ft. Worth, Brumbaugh’s façade features a large mural painted by the illustrious, Stylle Read, which depicts a postcard that reads, “Welcome to Texas!” The artistry on that wall captures the soul and vision of Larry as well as his colorful personality and his passion and love for the surrounding community. Read More