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Special Offering for 2011 Grand National Sponsors

It’s hard to believe, but the Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show is less than three months from now. The Grand National Show Committee is finalizing plans for this year’s show, and it promises to be another great one.  

Sponsors are a critical part of the show, and you are invited to be part of the excitement!If you're not already a sponsor, the Grand National would love to have you join the show as a sponsor in 2011.  Special sponsor benefits include complimentary preferred box seating, program advertising, a custom leather bag, class sponsorships, and much more.  And . . . Your contribution is tax-deductible.  
NEW this year:  All 2011 Grand National Sponsors who pledge by August 15, 2011, have an opportunity to win a 9-night stay during the show, at the Homewood Suites by Hilton, in Oklahoma City.  The Homewood Suites by Hilton offers all-suite accommodations, and is located on West Reno, just 7 minutes from the show grounds. The stay is valued at more than $900. You and your family can use the prize, or, because it is transferable, you may gift it to someone else to enjoy during the 2011 show. The drawing will take place on August 16, 2011.
For more information about Grand National Sponsorship, contact:  Sally Wadhams at (802) 985-8477 or  Visit for details about Sponsorship, Box Seats, Advertising and more!

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