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Lynn Palm Invites Sponsors and Vendors to "Women LUV Horses"

OCALA, FLORIDA (January 14, 2009) Lynn Palm, Palm Partnership Training™, invites sponsors and vendors to Women LUV Horses®, a three day celebration of horses, women and mustangs at the Ocala Equestrian Complex, Fl, April 3rd, 4th, and 5th, 2009.

“The Women LUV Horses® 2009 Ocala event will be an incredible sales and marketing opportunity for sponsors and vendors. Women drive the horse industry in buying decisions and product purchases, and the Women LUV Horses event is designed to give women a world class shopping experience,” notes Lynn Palm.

The “Ocala Equestrian Complex” was selected because of its easy-to-drive-to location and proximity to a dense horse enthusiast population. It’s a win-win for everyone! Women LUV Horses promises a unique experience designed to entertain, inspire, and empower women, men and children. A vital part of the experience will be a very special trade show with unique products from vendors from across the United States.

The Women LUV Horses® event will feature a power packed educational forum of demonstrations, seminars, Gatorland Extreme Mustang Makeover, mustang adoption, competitive events, Fashion For Fillies “What to Wear Makeover”, Supreme HorseWoman Contest, All Around Bridleless Championship and a first class trade show. Guest speakers and clinicians include women role models in the equestrian and professional world.

Sponsor opportunities include Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Supporting levels. Sponsor benefit choices include sponsor’s logo in national, regional, and local print and web advertising, program listing, website link, press release recognition, advertisement in program, choice arena booth space, tickets and banner signage in key locations. Sponsors may also elect to support one of the competitive events by providing prizes and awards.

Vendor benefits include business recognition in the full color event program, recognition via silent auction items donated, and opportunity to have products featured in the Saturday night Cowgirl Party Charity Fundraiser featuring the “Fashion for Fillies What to Wear Makeover.”

About Lynn Palm

Palm's career highlights include 2007 American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Horsewoman of the Year, a record four AQHA Superhorse wins, AQHA Female Equestrian of the Year by the Women's Athletic Association, named one of the top United States clinicians by Horse & Rider magazine, over 34 AQHA World and Reserve World Champions, over 50 bridleless dressage exhibitions at events including the National Horse Show, Washington International Horse Show, and World Cup. Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon are co-founders of three horse industry companies: Palm Partnership Training, Women LUV Horses, and Alliance Saddlery USA.


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