12 Oct Bull Breed Coalition Registry Hosts Inaugural Lumberton, North Carolina Show
Bull Breed Coalition Registry Hosts Inaugural Lumberton, North Carolina Show
North Carolina is well known for Fort Braggs, the largest military installation in the world, housing over 50,000 active duty personnel. It’s also the county seat of Cumberland County. Right down the road in Lumberton, North Carolina is BBCR host, Tim Sinclair’s hometown.
On October 7th, the Lumberton area also became the official location for the Fall Bully Fair, the Bull Breed Coalition Registry’s first-ever North Carolina event.
There’s a military connection as well: the BBCR was grateful to collaborate with Tim Sinclair, a former active military man himself who proudly served multiple tours overseas. Tim was deployed off and on for four years, including 14 months in Pakistan. Altogether Tim served 15 years in the Marine Corps, Marine Corps Reserves, Department of Defense, and Army Reserves.
BBCR owner Kamerion Wimbley said, “Tim has been very supportive since the day he expressed an interest in joining the BBCR. I respect that Tim dedicated himself to the service of our country and I’m pleased that we had him as the host for our first North Carolina conformation show.”
Participants came out and enjoyed the pleasant atmosphere, great food, and expert judging. Among the variety of vendors were pet transporter John Hampton of Triple H Pet Transportation; semen collection specialists Stephanie Parker, RVT, and Stacey Hathaway, RVT, with Infinity Canine; leads maker Candice Elaine Lowe with The Bully Atmosphere; and Dewayne Jackson of Da Bullie Market.
For more information on upcoming BBCR events, go to https://www.bbcr.com/.