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Best of America Moves to Its New Headquarters in Leatherwood, NC
August 11, 2009
Best of America by Horseback's television host and chairman of the board, Tom Seay, announces the move of their corporate headquarters to Leatherwood Mountains, located in Wilkes County, North Carolina.
Best of America by Horseback's three-time-weekly television series features trail riding locations and events across America and is currently aired on the RFDTV Network, as well as numerous cable companies. Current plans include an expansion of the show’s coverage into the European markets via The Global Broadcasting Company.
Regarding Best of America's new headquarters, show Host and Board Chairman Tom Seay had this to say. "I am truly excited to discover Leatherwood Mountains. From the first moment you visit and ride, you feel a sense of magic about the Blue Ridge Mountains and a belonging to the Leatherwood family. The location is perfect, the trails are wonderful and the Leatherwood folks give you an instant sense of family home and values.
"Leatherwood has a variety of opportunities to offer and is a safe investment for our business offices and future new studios. We look forward to a long and lasting association with Leatherwood and plan to soon begin building a log structure for, not only our new studios and our Best of America by Horseback Headquarters offices, but also to provide new offices and business facilities for Leatherwood. The building will also contain ample meeting and banquet facilities for hosting events such as seminars, weddings, family gatherings and corporate retreats."
From April through September 2009, the Best of America crew, along with many other riders, is traveling from Mexico to Canada on horseback. This epic ride is similar to the Transcontinental Trail Ride the group successfully completed in 1995, where they rode from Tybee Island, Georgia west to San Diego, California.
From October 23 - 25, Best of America will be holding its First Annual Fall Colors Headquarters Ride at Leatherwood Mountains.