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November 9, 2016 
Arabian Horses for Humanity - 
An MDP Project and Forum 
at Annual Convention
Come check out the Arabian Horses for Humanity, gold Arabian horse statue at AHA's Annual Convention and find out more about the latest project of your Marketing Development and Promotion (MDP) Committee! 

The MDP Forum will be held Friday, November 18, 
at 10:45 AM in Promenade B.

 The Arabian Horses For Humanity  project is modeled after the painted cow and other animal parades that have appeared throughout the world, displaying various life-sized, fiberglass models painted in vivid and diverse ways. These statues are then displayed throughout a region or community, sponsored by businesses and local community members, before being auctioned at annual fundraisers, with proceeds earmarked for a charity of choice.

MDP will be offering sponsorship opportunities for these life-sized, fiberglass, Arabian horse statues starting at Convention!  

 The sponsor for each statue selects a charity of their choice and an artist to paint the Arabian horse statue in any theme or preference. MDP will also connect horse owners with both the corporation and the chosen charity so Arabian horses may have a real-life introduction to a whole new group of potential enthusiasts.
These Arabian horse works-of-art will be displayed in communities and other chosen destinations as promoted.  Ultimately,
Horses for Humanity statue sponsors will choose or be connected with a  charity, and will auction off the Arabian horse statue in a fundraising event, with all proceeds going to that chosen charity.

 We're excited to share our golden Arabian Horse statue with you and to introduce this exciting promotional event!

 Come see this beautiful statue up-close-and-personal, and join the excitement.  If you have questions, please talk with any member of the MDP committee, and signup for our email list on the statue's accompanying poster at Annual Convention.

MDP Members Include: Deborah Johnson, Chair; 
Lisa Blackstone, Paul Kostial, Trevor Miller, Becky Nash, 
Dan Stevenson and Mary Trowbridge. 

AHA is a major equine association serving 84,000 owners across North America. It registers and maintains a database of more than one million Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses and administers approximately $2 million in annual prize money. AHA produces championship events, recognizes close to 400 Arabian horse shows and distance rides and provides activities and programs that promote breeding and ownership.