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Letter From Celebration CEO Dr. Doyle Meadows



Editor's Note:  The following is a letter from Celebration CEO Dr. Doyle Meadows to the Walking Horse Trainers' Association.

Dear WHTA Member:

CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT TRAINERS SHOW

The Celebration is proud to have hosted the 42nd Annual National Walking Horse Trainers Show.  The Trainer’s Show was the best it has been in years.  The horses have never looked better which is a compliment to you and your industry continuing to move forward.  Your cooperation with SHOW and USDA during the inspection process will only serve as a springboard for the rest of the year.  Thank you for a GREAT start to 2010.

Our commitment to the Walking Horse Trainers Association was expressed through our contribution to you, the trainers at the show.  The following items provided to your four-day show at NO-CHARGE are as follows:

• Calsonic Arena – ($650/Day X 4 Days)    $2,600.00
• Champions Arena – ($300/Day X 4 Days)      1,200.00 
• Hall of Fame Club – ($200/Day X 4 Days)        800.00
• Installation of “center ring” and green shavings      4,000.00
• All track and grounds preparation – ($200/Day X 4 Days)       800.00
• Use of Electronic Message Board and Operator         500.00
• Maintenance Personnel kept on hand           900.00      
• Cash           7,500.00

TOTAL DONATION               $18,300.00

The Celebration Board of Directors is PROUD to be your partner.  We look forward to your return in 2011.  See you at the shows in 2010.
                                                          
Dr. Doyle G. Meadows
Chief Executive Officer

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