USHJA Announces ASG Software Solutions as Title Sponsor of the 2008/2009 USHJA International Hunter
March 7, 2008
Lexington, KY-USHJA is proud to announce ASG Software Solutions of Naples, FL as title sponsor of the 2008/2009 USHJA International Hunter Derby. "We are thrilled to have ASG Software Solutions join the USHJA family as title sponsor of the International Hunter Derby. It is through the generosity of our sponsors that USHJA is able to achieve its goals of servicing our members and providing programs which support the sport of hunters and jumpers," stated William Moroney, President of USHJA.
President of ASG Software Solutions Arthur Allen shared Mr. Moroney's excitement. "As the president, founder and CEO of ASG Software Solutions, I am proud to sponsor the 2008/2009 ASG Software Solutions/USHJA International Hunter Derby. ASG is a global software company with more than 100 offices worldwide. Our company has participated in many exciting, high-profile sporting events throughout its 20-year history. What makes the USHJA event special is the level of both sport and community that accompany each event in every location."
Mr. Allen went on to say, "I became involved with this great series through my support of the Naples Equestrian Challenge (NEC), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization based in Naples, Florida and dedicated to providing equine-related therapy to local children and adults with disabilities. It is a pleasure to be involved with this ongoing pursuit of excellence and heart."
The USHJA International Hunter Derby Series was created to bring show hunters to the international level, to increase spectator, media and sponsorship interest and to bring tradition and basic riding principles back to the sport of showing hunters. Click here for more information on the USHJA International Hunter Derby and the 2008/2009 schedule.
For more information please contact Whitney Allen, Director of Marketing and Communications at 859-225-6967.
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