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TEVA selected as Loudoun County Rural Small Business of the Year

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Leesburg Halloween Parade – Total Equine Team Wins Best Float

The 60th Annual Leesburg Halloween Parade is one of the oldest, longest running parades in the Eastern United States. Organized and hosted annually since inception, by the Leesburg Kiwanis, the parade doubles as a community service event through the collection of non-perishable food to benefit Loudoun Interfaith Relief. Food donations serve as the “entrance fee” for the more than 100 parade units that include police, fire and rescue, high school marching bands, horseback riders, decorated vehicles and floats. The one-mile parade on King Street draws crowds of around 15,000 spectators each year.
This year, the TEVA team decided to participate in the parade. A fun event combined with a food drive to help those in need, this proved to be a great way to continue our community service involvement. Participating is great, but winning “BEST FLOAT” is even better.
Dr. Jay created a masterpiece that transformed a TEVA truck in to a graceful Pegasus, complete with an impressive wingspan. Pegasus pulled our boneyard trailer with a horse skeleton statue surrounded by TEVA team representatives through the parade tossing candy to those in attendance.

It’s time to start thinking of ways to outdo ourselves for next year’s parade! Stay tuned. It’s sure to be GREAT!


May 2016 AAEP Equine Veterinary Education Article
Fun, engagement help ambulatory practice win owner education events – read the article here

The American Association of Equine Practitioners is taking notice of TEVA’s tried and true methods for educating local equine enthusiasts. It’s such an honor to be recognized in a national publication for doing the work we love!

Check-out our write-up from the first of our summer series seminars !

See us in Morven Park’s 2014 Annual Report on page 12 as a Community Partner. View the whole report here

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