Kadee Coffman, a national TV host and rodeo reporter, has hosted shows and reported on channels such as CBS Sports Network, Great American Country (GAC), RFD-TV, The Cowboy Channel and more. Her road to success was not an easy one, though. Hard work and God’s timing is what got her to where she wanted to be.
She was born and raised in California and grew up on her parents ranch where she found her passion for horses and the agriculture industry. She showed horses in the western disciplines and served as queen for Miss Clovis Rodeo, Miss California Rodeo Salinas and then Miss Rodeo California.
Through her time being queen, she found a love for communications and made her way to Texas. Kadee Coffman began her career in TV broadcasting on RFD-TV and through a lot of hard work was able to report on the National Finals Rodeo on the Cowboy Channel. After working in TV broadcasting for years, she now works for CORE Construction Company.
Her new position does not mean her job is done in advocating for agriculture. She still appears on the Cowboy Channel and other TV shows.
In this episode, we will discover how a Californian girl made her way to Texas and became a well-known face in the rodeo industry.
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