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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 27, 2013, Tulsa, Okla. - The PHB Heritage Foundation Board has decided to keep the original fee of $125.00 per class for entry to either of the Heritage classes.  This is to encourage those who might be interested to go ahead an enter without penalty.  This fee will not change, so entries can be made up until the
day before the classes are held.  Both classes will be at the end of the day’s schedule on Thursday, July 18 and both will have paybacks.  

Please note, this is ONLY for the two Heritage classes and does not apply to any other World Show classes, their rules and/or respective fee schedules.

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