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FAST Kicks Off Horse Show Fund



FAST has entered into a program put on by Southern States for non-profit organizations to benefit the horse industry.  FAST will use all funds collected in the development or assistance of Tennessee Walking Horse Shows that offer classes for all disciplines of the Tennessee Walking Show Horses regardless of HIO affiliation.  We are asking all owners of TWH that use any Southern States product to cut out the proof of purchase seal on bags of Southern States feed or collect the original customer delivery ticket on bulk feed products and send them to FAST, Inc.  The proof of purchase is worth 25 cents each and bulk feed is worth $10.00 a ton.  Proofs of purchase are found on the back-bottom of all Triple Crown, Southern States and Legends horse feed.  Feed tags are not acceptable as a “proof of purchase.”

FAST, Inc. has decided this first year of the program that the money collected from each state will go back to the state that the participant comes from unless otherwise directed.  You can find out where Southern States feed is available by going to www.southernstates.com/storelocations or www.triplecrownfeeds.com .  This program ends July 01, 2011 so please send in your seals or delivery tickets prior to that date.  All proofs of purchase or original delivery tickets are to be sent to FAST, Inc., P. O. Box 259, Shelbyville, TN 37162.  For more information contact Brain Watson, Georgia, Carrie Benedict, Kentucky, Bruce Vaughn, Ohio, Kathy Zeis, FAST or any FAST director.  If you are a state organization and would like to participate please contact Kathy Zeis for more information.  Please participate and let’s have a horse show.

FAST is a 501 C 3 non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.  Donations are needed for the Horse Show Fund.  If you would like to make a donation to the Horse Show Fund you can do so on-line by going to www.FASTWalkingShowHorse.org or by mailing in a donation to FAST, Inc., P. O. Box 259, Shelbyville, TN, 37162.

 

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