LEWISBURG, TN – The TWHBEA year-end financial numbers were so bad, that TWHBEA will not make them public.
THESE FOLKS KNOW HOW BAD, BUT THEY AREN’T TALKING
The following has not occurred:
Seasoned observers say Sr. VP Walt Chism did not run for reelection because of the hopelessness of the TWHBEA financial situation due to:
- lack of mares being bred,
- low number of foals born and registered,
- horses are not being sold and transferred.
All largely due to the soring which transcends the Tennessee Walking Horse breed.
TWHBEA SR VP WALT “JOE WILLIE NAMATH” CHISM
I’ll do the Joe Namath, we will have more members at the end of the year than at the beginning, we’ll show a surplus of income over expenses and we’ll provide more services , I guarantee it.” Walt Chism
Adding to the woes, Executive Director Tracy Boyd gave three weeks notice and headed out the door on Dec. 31, 2014 to go sell Manna Pro.
Here TWHBEA President Steve Smith presents Tennessee Farm Bureau Lacy Upchurch with the Reese L. Smith, Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award for Upchurch lobbying Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN) to oppose the PAST ACT.
TWO DETERMINED SORE BIG LICK LADIES
Now if only those financial numbers weren’t so bad.