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Lexington Junior League Accepting RFPs for Show Manager



Lexington, Kentucky - The Junior League of Lexington invites qualified individuals or organizations to submit a Request For Proposal (RFP) to serve as manager for the 2010 Lexington Junior League Horse Show, scheduled to be held Monday, July 5, 2010 through Saturday, July 10, 2010.

The Junior League of Lexington annually produces the six-day Lexington Junior League Horse Show. The Horse Show manager will be expected to handle all aspects of programming and presenting a major horse show. The position requires year-round work on a part-time basis, and full-time involvement during the weeks necessary to prepare, present and conclude this show. The manager will be expected to supervise personnel in the fulfillment of their duties in conjunction with the Horse Show Chairwoman. The ability to work with volunteers is a must since the Junior League membership provides a volunteer workforce to serve in a variety of capacities during set up, the week of the show and during tear down.

All proposals must be received in the administrative offices of the Junior League of Lexington by 5 PM on Monday, November 30, 2009. The RFP can be found at the Junior League of Lexington website, here, and should be submitted or faxed using the following contact information:

Mrs. Laurel Raimondo Martin

Lexington Junior League Horse Show Board

P.O. Box 1092

Lexington, Kentucky 40588

Fax: (859) 225-1286

For more information, contact Laurel Martin at (859) 327-4881, or by email at laurel.martin@uky.edu.

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