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RV Sales of Broward Sponsors Adult Amateur Jumper Series at 2007 WEF

Wellington, FL – January 22, 2007 – RV Sales of Broward is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Adult Amateur Jumper Series at the 2007 Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL.

The festival, set to begin on Wednesday, January 24, 2007, is the largest and longest consecutively running sporting event in the world and plays host to more than 5,000 horses throughout the 10-week circuit. The final two weeks of WEF are held in Tampa, FL, at the Bob Thomas Equestrian Center.

The series will run throughout the circuit and is divided into the following: Section A, 18 through 35 years; Section B, 36 through 49 years; and Section C, 50 years and older. However, during the two weeks in Tampa, the series will not be divided.

Stetler explained, “I like to give something back to the sport that I enjoy. I have many professional and amateur friends who ride, and I want to make showing more affordable for everyone. In return, exhibitors tend to support horse friendly vendors. It is really important that we work together as a community.”

In addition to sponsoring the divisions, Stetler also manages the RV set-up at Littlewood Farm and hosts a display of her world-class, luxury vehicles on the WEF show grounds. At a recent Littlewood show, her horse Morgan, piloted by Nona Garson, placed twelfth in the Step By Step Foundation $25,000 Grand Prix, and Stetler donated the $500 prize money back to the organization.

As a horseperson and avid competitor, Stetler understands the need for a place to call home while traveling. She has developed her business on the show circuit to cater exclusively to an equestrian clientele and to meet her clients’ needs for affordable luxury housing. In addition to providing world class customer service, RV Sales of Broward regularly sponsors classes at some of the top shows in the country, including WEF, the Hampton Classic and the Fidelity Investments Jumper Classic.

“What makes me different than a normal RV dealer is that I am a horseperson too, and I know how demanding a horse show schedule can be,” she said. “I understand that reliable transportation and accommodations are necessary ingredients in a positive horse show experience. Not only do I carry multiple options and designs in motor homes, but I have flexible rates and packages designed to work around any equestrian’s budget.”

For more information regarding the rental or purchase of a recreational vehicle, please visit rvsalesofbroward.com or call Gigi Stetler personally at 954-658-7011.

PHOTO CREDIT: RV Sales of Broward had a variety of luxury vehicles on display on the Great Lawn and in the Vendor Row at the 2006 National Horse Show and Family Festival. Alex Thomas/Phelps Media Group


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