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Gulf Coast Celebration Selects Judges

The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration (TWHNC) has announced that Rollie Beard, Link Webb and Brent Grider will judge the 14th Annual Gulf Coast Charity Celebration in Panama City Beach, Fla.  This marks the first year The Celebration will manage the Gulf Coast Charity Celebration.  The Celebration and Gulf Coast Charity recently inked a partnership that will have the Gulf Coast Charity manage the local logistics and sponsorships and The Celebration manage and conduct the horse show.

The 2012 Gulf Coast Charity Celebration will be held April 26-28, 2012, at Frank Brown Park in Panama City Beach.  The class schedule will feature a full complement of pleasure and performance Tennessee Walking Horse classes.  “We are thrilled to be a part of one of the premier events in our industry and hope that we can help the Gulf Coast Charity return to its prominence in the show circuit ,” said Meadows.  “We are excited to have a Celebration veteran in Rollie Beard on the judging panel along with accomplished judges Link Webb and Brent Grider,” concluded Meadows.

Connie (Nixon) Allen will head The Celebration’s sponsorship program and hospitality sales efforts.  For more information on tickets, hospitality and sponsorship contact Allen at or 931-684-5915 x.107.

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