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J & D Wood, Inc. Offers Support for Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center

Loxahatchee, FL - May 10, 2010 - J & D Wood, Inc., one of the countries leading producers of shavings, is currently partnering with Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center (VTRC). The company has offered to donate a portion of their proceeds to VTRC from each bag of shavings sold within Florida.
 

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Loxahatchee, FL – May 10, 2010 – J & D Wood, Inc., one of the countries leading producers of shavings, is currently partnering with Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center (VTRC). The company has offered to donate a portion of their proceeds to VTRC from each bag of shavings sold within Florida.
 
This partnership was started in October of 2009, and since then J & D Wood, Inc. has raised over $3,000 to support VTRC’s mission to turn disability into ability. “J& D Wood came up with this idea all on their own and have gotten the whole horse community involved in supporting VTRC,” said VTRC Founder and Executive Director Ruth Menor.
 
J & D Wood, Inc. is a family owned and operated company that has been in operation for over 20 years. The company manufactures shavings directly from select pine trees and produces a medium size flake that is extremely thin and fluffy. They are well known for shavings that keep stalls soft, clean, and dry to help barn mangers maximize the use of each bag.
 
Now that J & D Wood, Inc. has partnered with VTRC, customers can buy quality pine bedding knowing their purchase benefits riders with special needs. For more information or to place an order call J & D Wood, Inc. at 910-628-9000.
 
The VTRC is a nonprofit organization based in Loxahatchee, FL, that provides recreational and therapeutic riding instruction to people of all ages with varying developmental, physical, and psychological disabilities. The organization, founded in 1982, assists more than 350 adults and children every year, helping them gain a sense of accomplishment, greater independence, and a higher quality of life. The VTRC has received a “Premier Accreditation” rating from the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA).
 
For more information on the Vinceremos Therapeutic Equestrian Center, please visit www.vinceremos.com.

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