Iron Horse Jeans and The Arabian Horse Association (AHA) announced that Iron Horse Jeans will sponsor a fashion show at the Arabian Youth Nationals at 5 p.m. on July 28 in the Lujan A building at Expo New Mexico. Immediately following the fashion show, spectators have the chance to see an acoustic performance by Nashville country recording artist and Iron Horse Jeans spokesperson Felicia King. "We are looking forward to a great event with The Arabian Youth Nationals and a great concert with Felicia King" said Mark Wentura, president of Iron Horse Jeans.
The fashion show will feature Youth Nationals' exhibitors showing off the hottest styles of jeans, jewelry, hats and other accessories in a fun-filled evening that will include free ice cream, music, wine and cheese. King's performance will be the perfect finale to the event; a great display of her bright singer, songwriter talent.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, King began singing at age five and started writing songs when she was 10. Now at 22, King has been performing alongside some of the greatest names in country music. "I'm so excited about being a spokesperson for Iron Horse Jeans and I love Arabian horses," says King who rescued an Arabian horse with her family as a teenager. "We literally saved her life".
In March, Iron Horse Jeans became the official jean sponsor of AHA, committing to a seven year partnership. Iron Horse Jeans, was formed to fill an obvious gap in fashion jean apparel. Promising to deliver the hottest fabrications in jeans, knitwear and belt accessories, reflecting what today's consumer wants, the fabrics, designs and details are based on years of experience working with the demanding mainstream market.
In the future, Iron Horse Jeans will be working closely with the Arabian Horse Foundation. The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of AHA and offers donors the opportunity to donate in three categories of support: Youth Scholarships, Equine Research, and Rescue and Rehoming. The Foundation garnered national and international attention with the announcement of the Patrick Swayze and Lisa Niemi Scholarship for youth aspiring to a career in the performing arts.