Which is the ‘Most Cowboy’ City in Texas? Here’s Your Top 50
The 50 Most Cowboy Cities in Texas By Movoto
Movota Real Estate is a blog that strives “to create unique, and most importantly, fun real estate related stories. From quirky real estate trends to calculating the cost of famous imaginary houses.” Their latest blog ranks the top 50 “Most Cowboy Cities” in Texas, and wouldn’t you know seven of the top 10 cities carry Radio Texas LIVE! This can’t be a coincidence.
So how’d they set the standard for ranking cities? Simple. Western wear stores per capita, Steakhouses per capita, saloons per capita, gun stores per capita, American truck dealerships per capita, country radio stations per capita, rodeos per capita.
Of the ten cities on top, seven of them (Tyler, San Angelo, Odessa, Longview, Amarillo, Wichita Falls and Lubbock) carry Radio Texas, LIVE! The final eligible markets you can hear us, not in the Top 10 are Temple and Abilene both coming in at No. 18. If you’re keeping up with the math that leaves four RTX markets unaccounted for. But by the standards set forth, they’re ineligible Victoria and Texarkana (too small), Lawton Okla., and Shreveport, La. (not in Texas)
Click here to see the complete list. What do you think? Is it accurate? What qualifications did they miss? Should your city be higher? Let us know.