Hello everyone! Do any of you have a person in your home that prefers the temperature set somewhere between morgue and meat locker? That is the Well Bred Halter Horse. I told him I need fingerless gloves to wear to bed so I can still read a book at night. He laughed, I contemplated how much strength it takes to smoother a man with a pillow. I don't want to kill him, just put him out so I can turn off the fan and close a sliding glass door!
This post is for all of you that do some sort of horse therapy and would like a vendor spot in the barn this year. As of now, all I have is a chiropractor that has reserved space. I need to get your requests fairly early so that I can place you in the barn in locations where people don't need a map to find you. I mean, some of you might want to be in row 2900 where you sit in a chair all by yourself and mumble about what a terrible producer I am and how I ruined your business and who am I to stop you?
We do limit the amount of similar types of therapy in the barn. Over saturating ruins business for everyone. Yes, I have heard the argument that you want your specific therapy person to follow you all over the country and spend every waking moment making sure that Fluffy runs a 27.5 instead of a 28 but it is not reasonable to have 40 different people doing the same thing and trying to make a living.
What I will need you to do is submit a vendor application and proof of insurance to my vendor coordinator, Carla, at email@example.com. You will not be considered as a vendor unless you have submitted the required information. No vendors are allowed to work in the barn without an application and proof of insurance. You will be kicked out of the event if we find you charging for services without insurance and facility approval. Please understand that not only does our organization have to approve but the South Point must also approve your vendor app.
You may contact myself or Carla at any time with questions. It doesn't even have to be a vendor question...I am just chatty!
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In 2017, we applied for our own 501c.3 and have been approved. We have been able to help 12 other families with financial assistance while their children are hospitalized or in need of surgery.
It is our mission to continue to help other families with medical and travel expenses. We would also like to assist with medical equipment such as wheelchairs and gait trainers along with everyday expenses such as meals and utility bills. We will be visiting a local NICU in October of 2019 to write 35, $1000 checks to families with children that are struggling.