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Reminder To Celebration Box Seat Holders



 Re-selling Celebration box seats for a profit will have its consequences.  That’s the message from the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration.

            The TWHNC board issued Policy Bulletin #10 to deal with the re-sale of Celebration box seats.  Section #5 of this bulletin reads as follows:

            “Any assigned box holder who sells or attempts to sell a box for more than the established price will forfeit his/her claim to a box in future years.”

            Box seats at the Celebration have been extremely popular throughout the years and there is currently a long waiting list for boxes to come open.

            “We strive to make the entire Celebration experience as pleasant as possible,” said Celebration Board Chairman John T Bobo.  “We do not want people taking advantage of our valuable customers by trying to sell box seats for more than their face value.”

            “We want to do everything within our power to ensure that the Celebration continues as the ‘World’s Greatest Horse Show’.”

            Policy Bulletin #10 also deals with reassignment of box seats.  The entire policy is available on the twhnc.com website under “News and Views.”

            For ticket information to The Great Celebration Mule and Donkey Show, or the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, call (931) 684-5915, extension 109.

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