For the fifth year in a row, JJ is excited to be back in Reno to do what he loves most, making people laugh and getting the crowd involved in each and every performance.  
JJ began his rodeo career in high school and took his passion to Washington State University where he joined the rodeo team as a bull and bronc rider and eventually migrated to team roping.  Following college, JJ taught middle school science and social studies for eight years but eventually chose a career in rodeo as a bullfighter and a barrel man.  Though his love for the rodeo surpassed his passion for teaching, Harrison believes that his time int he classroom has influenced his witty and energetic act as a rodeo clown.