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AMHA Announces 2010 Sponsorship Opportunities



SHELBURNE, VT— The American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA) is proud of the support received from corporations and businesses. These companies acknowledge the public value derived from supporting the equine community including creating solid economic development, strengthening the sense of community and expanding educational opportunities.

AMHA is pleased to announce that it is accepting inquires for sponsorship opportunities for the 2010 calendar year. AMHA corporate sponsors enjoy the benefits of visibility, prestige and access to a targeted audience of more than 25,000 patrons from across the U.S. Sponsors receive significant visibility in AMHA’s promotional and marketing materials along with a variety of opportunities to entertain clients and employees. Become an AMHA sponsor and you will play a vital role in sustaining one of the nation’s greatest treasures--the Morgan horse.

AMHA and its partners, the American Morgan Horse Educational Charitable Trust, American Morgan Horse Institute, Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show, World Morgan Futurity, and National Museum of the Morgan Horse would like to thank their 2009 sponsors for their generous support including Liberty Mutual, YTB Travel, Hertz, Enterprise, Hyatt, MyHorseforsale.com to name just a partial list.

For information on sponsorship programs contact Julie Broadway, AMHA Executive Director, (802) 985-4944, execdir@morganhorse.com; or Sally Wadhams, Director of Sponsor Relations for the Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show, (802) 985-8477, sallywadhams@aol.com .

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