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Whites Creek, TN (August 14) – In conjunction with national non-profit Horses4Heroes, A Cowboy Town is hosting Heroes’ Appreciation Day September 9, 2012 from 200-5:00 PM as a tribute to the survivors and fallen of 9/11.
Owner Denise Reynolds, herself a member of the National Guard and home from a recent deployment, knows a thing or two about sacrifice and service! “This is a great opportunity for our heroes that are 1st responders to emergencies i.e. firemen, policemen, emergency medical personnel, the military & their families to come out and enjoy not only a day with horses, but a fun-filled day of horseback riding, lead-arounds for the less experienced riders, panning for gold, canoeing, fishing (BYOP), live music, stick horse races, corn hole, horse painting, hay rides, steer roping, face painting, balloon characters, and surprise visits from super heroes!
“Having been in the military I know the challenges faced by all of those who are called to duty. It is with great enthusiasm & pride that we host this event along with Horses4Heroes to pay tribute to these brave men & women and their families who have sacrificed so much for the good of their communities and their country.” she states. The event is free and open to anyone with 1st responder & Military ID, as well as their families who themselves are no strangers to sacrifice. For more information, or to make reservations call 615-242-6201 and ask for Ms Kitti.
Horses4Heroes is one of the most successful equestrian support groups for the military. Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Las Vegas, NV, Horses4Heroes is building a nationwide network of family-friendly, kid-friendly horseback riding facilities and equine-related service providers that support their mission to make horseback riding affordable for, and accessible to the families of the heroes in all communities including, but not limited to: military personnel (active duty and veterans), law enforcement officers, firefighters/EMTs, critical care and hospice nurses, and special needs school teachers and families who are struggling with serious, chronic illnesses and/or disabilities.
About A Cowboy Town
A Cowboy Town is a family theme park and event complex situated on 116 acres in the beautiful Ramblin’ Breeze Valley just 10 minutes from downtown Nashville. The facility offers horseback riding, Wild West Gunfights, awesome live cowboy music, primitive camping, hiking, picnics, fishing, giant bonfires, hayrides, campfire cookouts and much more. For more information about any size party or event including birthdays, family reunions, company picnics/team building seminars, church and scout outings, weddings, rehearsal dinners to name a few, visit www.acowboytown.com