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TWHBEA Announces New Product Coordinator

The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ & Exhibitors’ Association (TWHBEA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Parker to the position of Product Coordinator.  In this position Sarah will be working with Lori Puckett to develop and execute the short and long-term strategic plans of the Association.  In addition, Sarah will manage efforts related to special markets such Youth, Collegiate, Seniors and Special Needs, will lead international efforts through the United States Livestock Genetics Export program and will direct the special initiatives of the Association. 

Sarah graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Communications and completed a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in September 2006.  She has spent the past four years with Hornbeck Offshore Services in Covington, Louisiana most recently in the International Operations division.  Her career with Hornbeck focused primarily on business development, communications, marketing and event planning.  Sarah recently relocated to Eagleville, Tennessee.

Sarah grew up on a working farm in East Tennessee where her family raised and showed Arabian horses.  She is an avid equestrian and was an active participant in 4 H during her earlier years.  She was the Tennessee state 4 H Highpoint award recipient in the saddle seat division in 1993.  She is anxious to begin working with the Tennessee Walking Horse.  

Please join us in welcoming Sarah to the Tennessee Walking Horse industry.  We look forward to her future contributions.

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