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Saddle Horse Report Appoints New Online Advertising Representative

Erica Faulkner is not new to Dabora, Inc. Two years ago, she joined the team as a correspondent, and since then has continued to show her dedication to the publication and its customers. Faulkner has handled the duties of writing feature articles for both Horse World and Saddle Horse Report, and will continue to provide readers with interesting articles in the coming year. With her customer service skills, and her knowledge of advertising, marketing, and social media, it seemed appropriate for Faulkner to step into the position of internet sales. She is ready to handle all aspects of online advertising for our customers. With a variety of options available (stallion ads, show ring star ads, banner advertisements, commercials, ReportTV sponsorships, homepage buttons and more), Faulkner is ready to work with customers on building their business’ online presence, showcasing their latest wins, or getting top producing stallions in front of the public. 

“We are developing a fresh new look for our website, and we’re excited to have Erica on the team to direct the promotional opportunities for our customers. She is deeply committed to customer service and is very responsive to customer’s needs,” says Christy Womack, Publisher of Saddle Horse Report and Horse World. “You can reach her at (978) 518-7335 or”


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