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ESP Thanks Michael J. Morrissey and Staff

WELLINGTON, Fla., Mar. 16--Equestrian Sport Productions, LLC, the management company of the CN Winter Equestrian Festival presented by Zimmerman Advertising, Sunday expressed deep appreciation and sincere thanks to the managers and staff whose professionalism and expertise have been invaluable in operating the first nine weeks of WEF at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

Mark Bellissimo, Chief Executive Officer of ESP, said that Michael J. Morrissey, the WEF show manager, Colleen Morrissey in the show office, David Orlando, assistant show manager, and dozens of other employees who are leaving Wellington for the Tampa Equestrian Festival contributed far beyond what was expected to make such a success of the first WEF under new management that runs for three more weeks until April 6.

Under the agreement between ESP and Stadium Jumping, Inc. that operates horse shows in Tampa including the $200,000 American Invitational simultaneously with the last three weeks of WEF in Wellington, several managers and other staff have fulfilled their contracts in Wellington and now will insure that the Tampa shows operate with the same high level of professionalism.

"To say that we could not have achieved what we did without these wonderful and wonderfully talented people is a huge understatement," Bellissimo said. "Their expertise, dedication and selfless efforts to make WEF a fabulous experience for the many thousands of horses and exhibitors and others they dealt with every day for the past nine weeks is appreciated so much by Equestrian Sport Productions.

"We understand and appreciate their commitment to the Tampa Equestrian Festival and know that they will provide a top quality show that is synonymous with Stadium Jumping.

"On behalf of ESP, we thank them from the bottom of our hearts and look forward to working with them at WEF in the years to come."

Extra staff will be in place at the PBIEC show offices beginning Monday to maintain the complete range of services for horses and exhibitors for the remaining three weeks of WEF.

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Zimmerman Advertising, based in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, is an Omnicom Group company and the 15th largest advertising agency in the U.S. Offices are in New York, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco and Atlanta.

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