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Press Release for Free The Breeders



PRESS RELEASE

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 8, 2007

 

 

FREE THE BREEDERS is a grass roots movement by concerned members of TWHBEA united to restore trust and integrity to the Association.  Using the slogan “Resolve, Restore, Revitalize”, this group is committed to focusing the Association on its bylaw objectives:  protect the integrity of the Registry, protect the welfare of the Tennessee Walking Horse, and promote the breed.

 

Endorsed by the Walking Horse Trainer’s Association and the Walking Horse Owner’s Association, FREE THE BREEDERS supports all disciplines of the Tennessee Walking Horse and endorses the Horse Protection Act.

 

Your vote for the following FREE THE BREEDERS endorsed candidates will ensure that TWHBEA serves all of its members regardless of discipline or geographical location.  Other qualified candidates may be added to this list.

 

Alabama (electing 1)

             Ernie Berzette

             Dee Cantrell

             Suzanne Littell

 

California (electing 1)

             Russ Thompson

 

Georgia (electing 2)

             Mike Inman

             Dr. Linda Jones

             Howard Woodman

 

Kentucky (electing 3)

             Blair Campbell-Knight

             Jennifer Hankins

             Karen McCoy Rector

             Sam Sorrell

             David Thompson

 

Mississippi (electing 1)

             Joe Rankin

             William Wadsworth, Jr.

 

Missouri (electing 1)

            Ann Hardin

 

North Carolina (electing 1)

            Laura Mauney

            Clay Mills

            Angela Tuck

 

Ohio (electing 2)

            Bruce Vaughn

            Whitey Whitehead

 

Pennsylvania (electing 1)

            Dan Rowsick

 

Tennessee (electing 4)

             Lisa Bowman Anderson

             Rollie Beard

             Freda Dean

             Charles Gleghorn

             David Pruett

             Dr. William Russell

 

Texas (electing 2)

             Nancy Groover

             Margo Urad

 

Utah (electing 1)

             Nancy Lovato

 

Virginia (electing 1)

             Sandy Hankins

             Connie Hess

 

Washington (electing 1)

             Kirk Peters

 

West Virginia (electing 2)

             Dr. David Ranson

            

Wisconsin (electing 1)

             Kim Leonard

 

Region #4 (electing 1)

             Judy Shapiro

 

Region #6 (electing 1)

             Debra Jack

 

For more information, visit www.freethebreeders.org or call Dee Dee Sale, Chairman 931-580-6647 or Joni Jenne’, Secretary/Treasurer 615-691-2011.

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