David M. Freedman

President and Chief Executive Officer at Freedman Harness Company

136 E. Main St., Midway, Kentucky, United States
Freedman Harness Company
HQ Phone:
(859) 846-9674
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Last Updated 9/4/2017

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Employment History

Coauthor, *Equity Crowdfunding for Investors*  - John Wiley & Sons , Inc.

Senior Editor  - Valuation Examiner


B.A. degree  - geography , 

Master Sue Brownson  - 


Founder  - 4YRP

Editorial Advisor  - The Value Examiner (NACVA)

Board Member  - Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Member, Public Relations Committee of the Chicago Chapter  - Legal Marketing Association

Member  - PR Committee of LMA Chicago

Member  - Great Lakes

Founder  - Newsletter Strategy Session

Member  - LMA Chicago

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David Freedman
David Freedman is President of Freedman Harness, continuing the legacy of a 200 year family tradition of harness making. David has traveled the horse show world extensively in his 25 years at Freedman Harness. At the top of the industry, David produces a significant quantity of Carriage driving harness. He currently serves as Chairman of the Horse Show Committee.

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David Freedman of Freedman Harness, one of the most respected harness makers in the world, recommends cleaning harness with a solution of three parts lukewarm water to one part baking soda or Mr. Clean.
To keep a beautiful show ring shine on your harness, David Freedman recommends a light coat of black or neutral show polish as a finishing touch, buffed to a beautiful shine.

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"I am very pleased to be able to offer members this special signature belt that is a collaboration between Freedman's and the OEF," says David Freedman, president and CEO of Freedman Harness.
David Freedman is a sixth-generation harness maker who has devoted his life to carrying on a tradition that has slowly been disappearing since the advent of the automobile. From his workshop in Toronto, he has continued on the family business that started with his great-great-great grandfather, who made harnesses for the czars in Warsaw over 200 years ago.

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