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Inman Resigns As FAST President to Pursue New Role



Foundation for the Advancement and Support of the Tennessee Walking Show Horse (FAST) news release
For Immediate Release

For further information contact:
Kathy Zeis or Bruce Vaughn
FAST
PO Box 259
Shelbyville, TN 37162

Inman Resigns As FAST President to Pursue New Role

(December 8, 2011 Shelbyville, Tennessee) – The Foundation for the Advancement and Support of the Tennessee Walking Show Horse (FAST) President Mike Inman has announced his resignation effective August 3, 2012.  Inman was recently selected to succeed Dr. Doyle Meadows as the Chief Executive Officer of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. 

Inman was instrumental in the formation of FAST and has served as its president since its inception.  “Mike will truly be missed and his passion and energy will be hard to replace.  We all wish him the best of luck in his new role and know he will do a great job,” said FAST Treasurer Kathy Zeis. 

FAST Vice President Bruce Vaughn will serve as interim President of FAST until a permanent replacement for Inman is found.  “We appreciate Mike’s service and look forward to continuing the missions and goals of FAST,” said Vaughn.

“I would like to express my sincere appreciation to all the board members and supporters of FAST. Although I am saddened to resign this post I am excited and committed to the opportunity to promote the premier event and greatest horse of the entire equine industry,” said Inman.

FAST is a 501 (c)3 organization that’s mission is to promote and preserve the Tennessee Walking Show Horse.  All donations are tax deductible and are put to immediate use in the industry.  For more information or to make a donation visit FAST online at www.FASTWalkingShowHorse.org 

 

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