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TWHBEA Receives Manna Pro Sponsorship




Manna Pro Vice President of Sales Jason Bachert,
TWHBEA Director of Marketing & Programs Chris Coffey.

LEWISBURG, Tenn. – The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association (TWHBEA) is excited to announce that Manna Pro has once again signed on as a sponsor to generously support the World Versatility Show Reining Jackpot and the TWHBEA youth programs. The 2011 World Versatility Show will once again feature a $2,500 Reining Jackpot. Last year, this exciting class attracted competitors from across the country and generated an unequaled level of enthusiasm about the versatility of our great breed. The TWHBEA youth programs, which include Scholarships, All Youth Day and Creative Contests, among many others, continue to grow and prosper as more young people become aware of the many talents of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Thank you to Manna Pro for their continuing support of our breed and association. 

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