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The PC Splash is Back



The PC Splash is Back by Popular Demand with over $10,000 in Prizes!

The PC Splash Classic is back in Fayetteville, TN on Friday July 15, 2011 at 5:00pm. The Splash will feature thirty three exciting classes featuring eight Rider Cup Classes and the Field Trial Class, while giving away over $10,000 in prizes! This show is going to be a hot summer fling that nobody will want to miss. In fact it will be so hot that except for the Field Trial Class and the Championship Class the PC Splash is going to give exhibitors the option to beat the heat and option out of wearing their coats and hats. In fact an award will be given to the best and most creative beach shirt/top and tie combination!

Food from the gulf with catered white linen table tops for six will be available for $300 featuring fresh Florida shrimp in a low country boil, Panama City’s own J. Michael’s Restaurant’s slaw and red beans and rice and for a mere extra $50 you can pull your vehicle right up to your table for convenient parking. Box seats for six are available for $60 and you can add food to your box for an additional $175. Call Austin Brooks or Todd Fisher at 850-914-9030 for Table and Box Seat Reservations and information on sponsorships including Class Sponsors and Ribbon and Trophy Sponsors. Tables and Box Seats must be reserved and paid for by July 7th!

Tantalize your taste buds and let’s have fellowship while we see the greatest sight on earth – the Tennessee Walking Horse!

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