The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is excited to announce La Mundial Boots as a Prize Level sponsor for the 2017 USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Land Rover and Nutrena. La Mundial will be awarding gift certificates to the winners of each division.
La Mundial Boots has always set out to create the highest quality and most comfortable leather boots that fit the needs of riders across all disciplines. La Mundial Boots has been making quality leather boots since 1906, starting in their first shop in Ecuador, with the motto “made-to-order quality hand crafted footwear.”
"We are thrilled to welcome La Mundial to the 2017 American Eventing Championships" said USEA CEO Rob Burk. "We encourage all AEC attendees to visit the LM booth during the event. Their custom made-to-order hand-crafted boots are not only beautiful but also incredibly well made."
About La Mundial Boots
La Mundial Boots was established in 1906, in Quito, Ecuador, and has been a family owned and operated business since the first pair of boots was made. The focus is on quality craftsmanship and comfort for the rider at the best price. For more information on La Mundial Boots, visit www.lmboots.com.
About the USEA American Eventing Championships
The USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Land Rover and Nutrena is the pinnacle of the sport for the national levels. Held annually, this event draws together the best competitors from across the country vying for national titles from the Beginner Novice through the Advanced level. The AEC will be held August 30-September 3, 2017 at the Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) in Mill Spring, North Carolina.
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