The Brandywine Valley Summer Series horse shows presented by Taylor Harris Insurance Services is pleased to announce that it will be focusing on “going green” in 2012. To help cut down on paper waste, the Brandywine Valley Summer Series hopes to focus its efforts on electronic communication. The prize list for the two-week event will be available in a few short weeks, and the show hopes to distribute the important information via email. Scheduled for June 28-July 2 and July 4-July 8 the Brandywine Valley Summer Series will feature the nation’s top horse and rider combinations vying for top honors in the hunters, jumpers and equitation.
To sign up for the Brandywine Valley Summer Series emails, please visit http://brandywinevalleysummerseries.com, and fill in the form located on the right hand side of the website. In addition to receiving an electronic version of the prize list, interested parties will receive the latest news and updates regarding the event. While signing up for the new list, exhibitors, trainers, and spectators can also download the time schedules, which are now posted on the website.
“Our environment is so important, and with today’s technology there is no reason to waste paper needlessly,” commented Sponsor Relations manager Jennifer Burger. “The Brandywine Valley Summer Series is very committed to going green this year. This initiative also means that everyone will be able to receive the latest information as quickly as possible, and keep copies of the prize list on their phones and tablets.”
The 2012 Brandywine Valley Summer Series will be hosting a number of exciting events, including the Johnson Horse Transportation $10,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby, and the Get Real Get RAW $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby. The show will also feature the Small Hunter division and week two has been designated as a WCHR Member event.
Exhibitors, sponsors, vendors and guests can find out more information about the Brandywine Valley Summer Series by visiting http://brandywinevalleysummerseries.com. The event is led by top rider Louise Serio, while Mike Rheinheimer will run the horse show management.