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AMHA Offers Incentive Program for 2011 Convention

AMHA is offering an incentive program to make its 2011 AMHA convention its biggest and best convention ever! For every five references (registered attendees) AMHA receives in Convention attendees, that person in turn will receive a free Convention package. This is a savings of nearly $300!

"We are delighted to offer all AMHA members some extra incentive to join us in Boston," said Sara Foy, AMHA Convention Co-Chairperson. "We are reaching out to all the AMHA clubs and speciality groups like the United States Dressage Federation, American Driving Society, and United Professional Horseman's Association to market this incentive, because we recognize that many of the organizations have conventions at this same time of the year and we really want everyone to join us in Beantown! For example, we recently targeted professionals because the UPHA convention is in Boston just weeks before the AMHA convention."

Jared Gove, AMHA Convention Co-Chairperson added, "The AMHA Convention will have something for everyone, with diverse speakers and all types of educational programs and clinics. We are hoping there will be something for every Morgan enthusiast!"

The 2011 AMHA Convention will take place February 23-26 in Boston, Massachusetts, at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. Go to to register and to see Convention news and updates.

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