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Lowmans Unable To Complete Purchase Of Gulf Coast Charity



Larry and Terry Lowman regretfully announce that they will no longer be involved with the Panama City Gulf Coast Charity Horse Show. Due to an inability to complete an agreement with current show management over several issues of the contract, the Lowmans have decided it is in their best interest to not pursue the purchase of the show.

The Lowmans would like to thank everyone for their enthusiastic response to their prior announcement and are very grateful for all the support that was shown to them.

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