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Way Joins Celebration





The Celebration, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Erica Derickson Way as Managing Editor of the Blue Ribbon Yearbook for the 2010 Celebration.  Way is bringing experience in advertising as well as fresh, new ideas for public relations.  Way, a 2009 graduate of MTSU, has been employed at Neves Media Advertising Agency in Panama City, FL. for the past year. 

She and her husband, Thad, are no strangers to the Tennessee Walking Horse industry and are excited to continue to be a part of this organization.  This wonderful breed has been a passion of hers all her life.  She has grown up in this industry, and has grown up in Bedford County.  Along with her family, Way shares her love for this horse as well as her beliefs in how important this industry is to this community. 

Way feels this year will prove to be a great year for our industry and breed, she says, “I am extremely honored to be a part of this organization and to have the opportunity to work with the people I have grown to admire and love.”

Way will be responsible for all advertising for the upcoming TWHNC.  In regard to specials for the 2010 Blue Ribbon Yearbook, all ads placed before July 1 will receive 10% off their advertisements.  

Please call her today for more information. (931) 684-5915 ext. 136

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