Gomez Boot Ranch to host Spring grand opening Feb. 16

Gomez Boot Ranch, a Western wear retailer, will be opening a new Spring location at 4623 FM 2920, Ste. 200. (Courtesy Gomez Boot Ranch)
Gomez Boot Ranch, a Western wear retailer, will be opening a new Spring location at 4623 FM 2920, Ste. 200. (Courtesy Gomez Boot Ranch)

Gomez Boot Ranch, a Western wear retailer, will be opening a new Spring location at 4623 FM 2920, Ste. 200. (Courtesy Gomez Boot Ranch)

Gomez Boot Ranch, a Western wear retailer, will be hosting a grand opening celebration Feb. 16. The event will be held at its new Spring location, at 4623 FM 2920, Ste. 200.

Starting at 9 a.m., the business will be giving away 300 pairs of cowboy boots in addition to providing free food, drink and an equestrian performance show featuring dancing horses. The event will also feature a live musical performance by Houston-based musicians Banda La Orgullosa De Guanajuato, performing banda, a genre of regional Mexican music.


Gomez Boot Ranch is a retail shop selling Western-inspired clothing, footwear and hats for men, women and children. The business has eight Houston locations in addition to stores in Austin and Dallas. 832-764-0060. www.facebook.com/gomezwesternwearhouston
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