Bobbi Jeen Olson is a professional model, actress, stunt double, TV host, inspirational coach, and Co-Owner of Western Trading Post.
She has appeared on the cover of various magazines, been the subject of high-fashion photo shoots, runway shows, and appeared on-screen in both television and film, and doubled for many famous actresses doing stunts. She co-hosted the Miss Rodeo America Coronation for the Wrangler Network, produced/directed and hosted many Fashion Shows, including ones airing nationwide. She hosted, produced/co-directed Western Trading Post TV on the Cowboy Channel, which is an award winning reality show, that completed 27 episodes on National TV.
She was featured in world renowned western artist Tim Cox painting “Her Own Kind Of Heaven”. She is the Ms. US Ambassador for The American Cowboy, represents Wild Instincts, a high-end leather clothing line, and works along side her family at Western Trading Post, a gallery/auction house that specializes in Western Americana and collectibles. She works with the Arizona Film Commission as a Film Resource Coordinator for Pinal County, which is another way for her to give back to the local film community.
Bobbi Jeen is intricately involved in her community, not only locally, but with the Western community, which knows no borders and loves to keep our Western Heritage alive to pass on to the next generation.
Jim Olson is a published author, historian, auctioneer, public speaker and co-owner of Western Trading Post (which unofficially holds an Auction World Record). Western Trading Post is one of Arizona’s historic Trading Posts which traces its roots back to 1877 in the Arizona Territory. He stared in Western Trading Post TV, an award winning reality TV series which first appeared on National television in the Fall of 2018. Jim is passionate about preserving and perpetuating our rich Western heritage and history.
Rowdy J Olson is a published author, auctioneer, and award winning videographer, editor and speaker. He has been influenced by a unique combination of new and old age horror authors (including R.L Stine, Christopher Pike, and Robert Bloch), long dead philosophers (including nihilists, optimists, and old men who never shaved), and comedic groups (such as Abbott and Costello, Marx Brothers, and Red Skelton). All this while living in the desert Southwest and having access to the entire world through the internet has resulted in a unique writing, editing and creative style that can boast both humor, horror and Western. With several projects in the works, we cannot wait to see what the future will bring forth for Rowdy J.