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Buz Post becomes first-time APHA World Show partner

FORT WORTH, Texas-The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) welcomes Buz Post as one of the newest partner of the 2003 World Championship Paint Horse Show.
Based in Arlington, Texas, the Buz Post automobile dealership has joined other World Show partners in helping to make this year's show the best ever.
Owner Buz Post is a horse person himself, and even owns American Paint Horses.

"I'm totally committed to the horse industry and I recognize the value of long-term relationships," Post said. "I want to be associated with people who are deeply rooted in this industry."

In business since 1987, Buz Post sells GMC, Pontiac, Isuzu, Hundai and Kia vehicles. The dealership has three locations in Arlington, Weatherford and Mansfield, Texas. The main location in Arlington spans more than 25 acres and has 3,000 vehicles in stock.

Since opening its doors, the Buz Post dealership has sold more than 50,000 vehicles, mostly through repeat business and referrals and by using the phrase "we stack 'em deep and sell 'em cheap," Post said.

"That phrase has been a cornerstone of the dealership since we started selling cars in 1987," Post said.
Post's business philosophy includes buying vehicles in volume and passing the savings on to his customers and also keeping a large selection of vehicles on hand to attract customers from all over the state.

"We're excited to have such a horse enthusiast backing us," said APHA Executive Secretary Jim Kelley. "Both organizations are family-oriented and hard-working, and we're looking forward to putting on a great show with Buz's help."

For more information on Buz Post, visit their Web site at or call (817) 467-1234.

About APHA and Paints
Since its founding 41 years ago, APHA has registered more than 728,000 horses. Currently, American Paint Horses are being registered at APHA's Fort Worth, Texas, headquarters at a rate of about 60,000 horses each year. The association serves more than 104,000 members, who are located in every U.S. state, throughout Canada and in 39 other nations around the world.
APHA employs 155 people and has an operating budget of $15 million for activities worldwide.
Among the many qualities that make Paint Horses desirable are their sound
conformation, versatile athletic ability, intelligence, calm temperament, willing disposition and beautiful coat color patterns

For more information about the American Paint Horse and APHA, visit , or call (817) 834-2742, extension 788.


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