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TWHBEA Announces Membership Drive

Lewisburg, TN – The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association is excited to announce several new incentives for new or renewing members. Anyone who joins TWHBEA or renews their membership with TWHBEA between February 15, 2009 and September 15, 2009 will be entered into a drawing for two stellar prizes. The first place winner will receive one free stud fee for 2008 TWHBEA Sire Summary Overall Sire of the Year Lined With Cash (a $2,500 value). The second place winner will receive a two-day, two-night get-a-way package at Circle E Guest Ranch in Belvidere, Tennessee (package to include accommodations for two in Circle E’s best Bluff-View Cabin and two stalls). This exciting drawing will be held September 16, 2009.

In addition to the drawing, anyone who joins TWHBEA or renews their membership with TWHBEA between now and September 15, 2009 will receive two valuable discounts. The first is 20% off annual catalog prices at National Bridle Shop on all purchases made through December 31, 2009. This offer excludes saddles, carts and prior purchases. In order to receive this discount a purchaser must present their TWHBEA membership number at the time of the sale.  The second valuable discount is 10% off at Circle E Guest Ranch in Belvidere, Tennessee. In order receive this discount guests must present their TWHBEA membership card at time of check in.

TWHBEA is truly pleased to offer these incentives. To find out more, please call 931-359-1574 or visit

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