Mon, Jun 25, 2012 10:11 AM

Dear Stolen Horses,

I am absolutely convinced that if it wasn't for your tenacity and patience, we may not have had such a positive experience. If we had not had such a great band on stage, most of the attendees would have made for their cars after the first rain. And it is a testament to you and your following and the professional way you conducted the concert that most of the people stayed. Then you complicate it by the power failures and a second rain event, we could have been in trouble. By our count, we used over 3,000 wrist bands. Not a single person did I talk to had anything but raves for you. Many thanks to you, for everything Including the CD, which might get worn out before the end of the month.

FYI. First indications show that we made somewhere in the $7,000 range for our youth fund which will go a long way to help the kids. Thanks for your help in accomplishing our goals.

I wanted you to know that I totally enjoyed the show and getting to know you a little better. I only wish I had had some extra time Friday to just stop and listen but duties would not let me. But let me say, I not only have become a big fan, I would like to consider myself a new friend too. My whole family, including my 19 month old granddaughter, had a great time. She was dancing and swinging her hips with the music like most of the people in the park.

Come back soon and good luck in Nashville and where ever the road takes you. Be safe and God Bless.
Thomas L Welch
1597 W. Sherman Blvd.
Muskegon, Mi. 49441
231-759-6115 fax


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