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Superior Sales Dates and Changes Announced



Superior Sales LLC announces dates for The Fall Sale 2013 which will be Friday, November 29 and Saturday, November 30, 2013 at the National Equestrian Center, Lake Saint Louis, Missouri.  The closing date for catalog entries will be October 24, 2013; a printed catalog will be mailed as well as an extensive online catalog athttp://www.superiorhorsesales.com/.

This year's sale will be produced and managed by a new group who plan many exciting changes for this already-popular sale.  Bob Brison and Robert Gardiner will join Anna Marie Knipp in conducting an innovative venue for both consignors and buyers.  We look forward to the varying talents of these individuals who each bring something different to Superior Sales.  The large, climate controlled facility offers a relaxing comfortable atmosphere that caters to the needs of those in attendance.

The 2013 dates make this sale workable for all as it falls on the Thanksgiving Day weekend but allows an extra week following the American Royal to make travel plans easier for those exhibitors.  The popular Thanksgiving dinner will once again be held for those arriving that day.

For more information and details on how Superior Sales will be the most effective for consignors, please contact Bob Brison at 573/491-3710, Robert Gardiner at 630/222-8599, or Anna Marie Knipp at 314/605-4622.  Our goal is to present consignments in the best possible manner, provide an affordable and convenient venue for sellers, and give everyone involved a great experience.

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