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Supplier Registration Company Selected for 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

LEXINGTON, KY— National Diversity Solutions (NDS) has been selected to manage the supplier recruitment, registration and qualification process for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.


"The 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games represent a tremendous opportunity for our state and the Central Kentucky region," said D. Mitchell, CEO for National Diversity Solutions, which is a Lexington, Kentucky-based certified minority owned business. "We are honored to be selected as a partner for this prestigious event."

Companies wishing to register as a potential supplier for the 2010 Games can go to, and follow the instructions for supplier registration under the menu selection "Get Involved."


National Diversity Solutions will facilitate the supplier registration process for the World Games 2010 Foundation, Inc. using their web-based Supplier Collaboration Portal.  This solution will automate the engagement process between the hundreds of potential suppliers and the World Games 2010 Foundation.  NDS will ensure that qualified suppliers are presented for consideration, and will also assist in recruiting suppliers to register for potential opportunities as they arise.


"We are anticipating a wide variety of supplier needs as preparations for the 2010 Games move forward," said Foundation COO Rob Hinkle.  "With their web-based services, NDS will be able to quickly and efficiently link us to suppliers qualified to handle an event of this size."


The Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, to be held at the Kentucky Horse Park September 25-October 10, 2010, are the world championships of the eight equestrian disciplines recognized by the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), and are held every four years.  The Games have never before been held outside of Europe; nor have all eight disciplines ever previously been held together at a single site— both firsts that will be achieved at the Kentucky Horse Park. The 2010 Games are expected to have a statewide economic impact of $150 million. It is anticipated that more than 600,000 spectators will attend the 16-day competition.


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