The TLBAA Board of Directors is now accepting applications to fill the vacant and unexpired term for Division B, Region 11 Director in accordance with the TLBAA bylaws article IV, section 6 and TLBAA board policy. Article IV, Section 6. - Vacancies
Vacancies on the Officers and Board of Directors of the Association shall be filled by the Board of Directors with a qualified member in good standing, and such person or persons so chosen shall serve for the unexpired term of his predecessor and until a successor is elected and qualified. TLBAA Board policy for filling vacancies of un-expired Board seats
To be considered for appointment to fill a vacant TLBAA Board position for an un-expired term, the applicant must be an Active or Lifetime member of the TLBAA; in good standing, free of any debt owed to the TLBAA; and domiciled within the particular Region or Division of the vacancy. The applicant must provide a written resume and Bio (template provided) and indicate his/her involvement with the TLBAA for the past 12 months to the Board of Directors. Notice shall be published in the Trails magazine and on E-Trails announcing the vacancy. Letters of recommendation are encouraged from Members domiciled within the Region or Division of the vacancy, but are not required. Applicants must make themselves available to be interviewed in person or by phone conference when requested to do so by the TLBAA Board of Directors. Board vacancies should not be filled just for the sake of filling a Board vacancy.
Applicants who wish to be considered must qualify according to the policy and submit resume and Bio via email or mail to the TLBAA office, attention Rick Fritsche, Office Manager, by June 26, 2016. In addition, recommendations for applicants must be submitted via email or mail to the TLBAA office, attention Rick Fritsche, Office Manager, by June 26, 2016.
Our May/June issue will feature everything you need to know about Brood Cows & highlight results from the Spring sales. *Reserve Ad Space today, submission deadline is April 15th.
Highlight your productive females and show off their progeny.
Thank your buyers, and in doing so promote the success of your program.
Congratulate show participants and school graduates.
Have you tried a product lately that you just love?Is there a piece of equipment you think everyone should own? Starting in our May/June issue the Trails Magazine will include a product highlight article to share with our readers. Email your product recommendations to email@example.com.
Market Your Program in the Trails
In addition to a new look and content, we've revised our ad pricing and have started introducing monthly specials. Lower pricing, frequency discounts and custom web/print packages are available for 2016.
Contact Lindsay Maher today to discover affordable ways to promote your program!
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SHOWS AND EVENTS
Upcoming World Qualifying Shows April 15 - 17 Rockdale Spring Show - Rockdale, TX May 7 TLBGCA Spring Show - Brenham, TX
Add your name to the growing list of Longhorn Expo Sponsors.
TOP HAND - $850
Hyatt Place Fort Worth/Historic Stockyards
BRONC BUSTER - $500
North Texas Longhorn Breeders Association
WRANGLER - $250
Ron & Donna Garison
Chris & Brandi Lindsey
Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Fort Worth Downtown
East Texas Longhorn Association
Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham
Class Sponsors: David & Jana Edwards â€¢ Jeff & Kristi Ging â€¢ Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham â€¢ Chris & Brandi Lindsey â€¢ Blossom Ridge Ranch â€¢ Hyatt Place Fort Worth/Historic Stockyards â€¢ Bruce McCarty Promotions
SIMPLE COLOR DESCRIPTIONS ARE BETTER! When filling out registration applications, be careful not to "over do" the color description. Remember, you are limited to only 18 words. The list of approved words you are allowed to use is listed on the back of the paper registration application. If using HORNS, the list of approved words can be accessed by clicking on the "?" in the circle at the front of the line for the color description. Always start your description with the body, example: "white body withâ€¦ brown ears... red spots... red linebackâ€¦ black tail, etc."
The form, paper and on HORNS, does not have space for you to list every little spot or patch on the animal. Remember: Simple color descriptions are better! Long detailed color descriptions tend to overload the registration certificate and truly are not needed.
Questions about color descriptions?
Contact Rick or Dana at (817) 625-6241.