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ThorSport Farm and FarmPaint.com To Hold Open House



ThorSport Farm and FarmPaint.com will hold an open house on Friday, May 24, featuring company information, tours of the new buildings and facility, live entertainment and a meet and greet with two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers.

The open house from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at ThorSport Farm will include food and refreshments. It is free and open to the public. ThorSport Farm is located at 4024 Barfield Crescent Rd. in Murfreesboro. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour ThorSport Farm's barns and arenas as well as the new FarmPaint store.

"We're offering this open house as an opportunity for locals and other surrounding areas in Middle Tennessee to see what we offer at FarmPaint and to tour our new facility that we are extremely proud of," said FarmPaint National Sales Manager, Lori Douglass. "An open house is a great way for the local community to see what we are all about and what we are so excited to bring to Murfreesboro."

Murfreesboro is home to ThorSport Farm's new southern facility for their training and breeding of Tennessee Walking Horses. It is a 68 stall facility with an indoor arena that features ThorTurf, a revolutionary dustless footing for horse arenas. An outdoor arena also has EquiClear, a solution for arena dust control on existing footings. The farm showcases many of FarmPaint's products from the arena footings to the paint on the fences that surround the property.

ThorSport Farm also hosts horse shows at their facility, including the WHOA Versatility Show following the Open House on Sunday, May 26.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers, Matt Crafton (#88 Menards) and Johnny Sauter (#98 Carolina Nut Co.), will be making an appearance at the event with their Toyota Tundra's. The drivers will be on property to sign autographs and talk to fans during the event.

There will be drawings for a variety of prizes such as local restaurant gift cards, FarmPaint merchandise or gift certificates and racing merchandise. Entertainment will be provided by Nashville favorite, Tim Gore.

The event will take place rain or shine. For more information, contact Ashley Eyles, Public Relations Specialist at aeyles@thorworks.com or by calling 724-766-0706.

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