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Glasscock to Support the American Saddlebred Museum



Iconic woman’s wear boutique GLASSCOCK of Louisville, KY has announced a special partnership with the American Saddlebred Museum. GLASSCOCK has generously offered to host a wine and cheese reception in their boutique at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Thursday, August 27th during the Kentucky State Fair World’s Championship Horse Show. Mention the American Saddlebred Museum when you make a purchase at the Thursday reception or anytime while shopping on both Friday and Saturday and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Museum.

Glasscock specializes in sportswear and evening apparel perfect for the show ring and ringside from leading designers and name brands including Escada, Barbara Gerwit, Christian Siriano, Caroline Herrera, and Georges Chakra. Special and custom orders are available and Glasscock stocks a full range of sizes from 0-24.

GLASSCOCK stands alone as the premier destination for ladies of style to outfit themselves in tasteful, chic attire for all occasions. The American Saddlebred Museum is grateful to store owner Mary F. Glasscock and fashion consultant Todd Calvert for arranging the event and for their continued support of the Museum and its mission.

 

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