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FAST Announces Board Changes

Kasey Kesselring has resigned from the board of directors but is remaining actively involved with FAST as a knowledgeable resource and advisor on non-profit tax deductible charitable organizations.  FAST wishes Kasey much success in his new position of Chairman, South Lake Hospital District Board of Trustees.  We thank Kasey as an integral part of the creation of FAST.

Bruce Vaughn has agreed to serve as the Vice President of FAST, Inc.  Bruce brings years of experience working in the non-profit charitable field.  He has served as a Salvation Army Treasurer, President of the Buckeye Walking Horse Association, and a longtime successful business man in the super market industry. Bruce has a 35 year involvement in the walking horse industry.

FAST, Inc. is proud to welcome Jo Anne Dempsey, from Tupelo Mississippi and Molly Walters, from Rancho Mirage, California.  They have agreed to serve on the FAST Board as directors.  The addition of these two ladies to our board brings geographical diversity to the board and knowledge of the different needs of shows and show horses in different parts of the country.  Welcome aboard ladies!

Benita Caldwell, Shelbyville, Tennessee, has agreed to serve as the Show Chairman of THE SHOWCASE Horse Show held by FAST, Inc.  THE SHOWCASE will be held at the Calsonic Arena in Shelbyville, TN, July 4, 2010.  Come, bring your show horses and help us celebrate the Fourth of July, Southern style.

FAST, Inc., The Foundation for the Advancement and Support of the Tennessee Walking Show Horse is a 501 (C) 3 and all donations are tax deductible.  FAST’s mission is to Promote, Protect and Preserve the Tennessee Walking Show Horse and Tennessee Walking Horse Shows.  To learn more about FAST visit our website

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