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Email: p***@***.com
Local Address:  United States
1110 Evans Street
Shelbyville , Tennessee 37160
United States

Company Description: Celebrations provides everything you need to celebrate the important and whimsical occasions in your life. Celebrations helps you plan parties and celebrations. ...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Fayetteville Central High School
  • Bachelors of Science Degree , Business
    University of Tennessee at Knoxville
  • UT
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This committee does not replace our ..., 4 May 2015 [cached]
This committee does not replace our Celebration Advisory Committee made up of owners and exhibitors and the Celebration has and will continue to meet with the Walking Horse Trainers' Association on concerns or items of interest they may have to make our show a success," said Celebration Chairman Pat Marsh.
Pat Marsh, a member of the ..., 27 May 2012 [cached]
Pat Marsh, a member of the Celebration board of directors, thinks that the future stability of the industry is well within reach.
"Even if the horses pick up their feet six inches lower, but perform more naturally, the show can still go on and everyone will be satisfied," Marsh said.
However, he's worried about how much The Celebration is having to spend to ensure its compliance with the USDA and the Horse Protection Act.
The Celebration has spent about $500,000 since 2009 to fund SHOW, Marsh said.
"They focus on SHOW-affiliated events -- most of which are in middle Tennessee -- because they are in the hub, the spotlight," Marsh explained. "Yet these shows are not the ones with the problems.."
Back to fun
"We can't afford this much longer," Marsh added. "We've got to make the horse show fun again."
According to Marsh, The Celebration is debating requiring trainers who show on the Celebration grounds to stable their horses on the premises.
All trainers once followed this practice, he said, but some are now afraid to do this because they're afraid of barn inspections.
State Senators Tracy and Ketron Join Pat Marsh for Meet and Greet, 16 Feb 2010 [cached]
State Senators Tracy and Ketron Join Pat Marsh for Meet and Greet State Senators Tracy and Ketron Join Pat Marsh for Meet and Greet Pat Marsh for State Representative District 62
State Senators Tracy and Ketron Join Pat Marsh for Meet and Greet
SHELBYVILLE, TN - State House District 62 candidate Pat Marsh last night held a "Meet and Greet" event in Lincoln County where State Senators Jim Tracy and Bill Ketron appeared in support of Marsh.
"Marsh's small business experience and dedication to the constituents in District 62 put him a cut above the other candidates in this race," said State Senator Jim Tracy.
When constituents learn the truth about Ty's stance on these issues, they'll be casting their ballot for Pat Marsh."
The "Meet and Greet" at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds was attended by some 200 people. Last night's event is just the latest in a series of public appearances and town hall debates attended by Marsh, who continues to travel across District 62 to talk directly with constituents about the critical issues facing the district and state.
"Pat Marsh is a strong candidate and I was honored to stand by him at last night's event," said State Senator Bill Ketron.
August 20th - Pat Marsh squared off against other primary candidates, including Chris Brown, at a town hall meeting at Central High School.
September 8th - Marsh wrote to Cobb requesting his participation in a series of town hall forums.
September 14th - Marsh wrote to Brown urging all three candidates to participate in a town hall meeting.
September 21st - Marsh attended a town hall debate held by candidate Chris Brown.
Pat Marsh is a Lincoln County native and currently resides in Shelbyville with his wife Mary. Marsh serves the community as a member and past President of the Rotary Club and is active in the Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce, the Tennessee Trucking Association and American Trucking Association. He also sits on the Board of the National Walking Horse Celebration. He is also a member of the National Rifle Association and Ducks Unlimited.
Paid for by Pat Marsh for State Representative P.O. Box 1650 | Shelbyville, TN 37162
Friday, September 17, 2010 Representative Pat Marsh 110 War Memorial Building ..
Small business endorses Pat Marsh in House District 62 NFIB/Tennessee supports pro-small b..
Marsh Recieves 100% Pro-Jobs Voting Record18-Aug-2010
In his first House Session Representative Pat Marsh, 62nd District, earned a 100% business-positi..
February 16, 2010 Contact: Pat Marsh (615) 741-6824 Representative Pat Mar..
Marsh announces ..., 10 July 2009 [cached]
Marsh announces candidacy Friday, July 10, 2009
(Photo) Pat Marsh
Pat Marsh has announced his candidacy for the 62nd District Tennessee House of Representatives seat in the Aug. 27 Republican primary.
Marsh, a Lincoln County native and Bedford County resident, is founder and chairman of Big G Express, a family-owned trucking company.
"In these tough times we need leaders in Nashville who understand how to create jobs and revitalize our economy," Marsh said. "I want to serve in the State House, so that I can use my business background to provide leadership that creates an economic environment where jobs are created, taxes remain low and working families prosper."
Marsh began his career in the trucking industry as an employee of Goggin Truck Line, a small company with six tractors and 12 trailers. He worked his way up and eventually bought the company and grew it to 500 tractors and 1,000 trailers, which employed over 1,000 people.
He sold that company and started Big G Express with his brother Jack in 1995. Today Big G Express has 350 tractors, 800 trailers and employs over 500 people.
A news release from Marsh's campaign called him "a conservative and family man who will vote the values of the 62nd District -- limited government, low taxes, Second Amendment rights and pro-life."
Marsh, one of six children, graduated from Fayetteville Central High School and went to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where he earned a bachelors' degree in business majoring in transportation. He and his wife Mary have been married for 31 years. They have two adult sons.
Marsh is a member and past president of Shelbyville Breakfast Rotary Club and is active in the Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce, Tennessee Trucking Association and American Trucking Association. He also sits on the board of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. He is a member of First Presbyterian Church and of a men's Bible study group, The Navigators. He is a member of the National Rifle Association and Ducks Unlimited and enjoys golf, fishing, hunting and farming. He owns and runs the Four M Game preserve, where the family hunts quail, deer and turkey.
I haven't anything to say against Pat Marsh.
I haven't anything to say against Pat Marsh.
Pat is the type of quality individual that could bring commonsense representation for us to the legislature. He was born and raised in our briar patch and has proved himself in the business arena. He is an example of the notion that you can invest in our community and provide good jobs and civic involvement. He would be a great Representative.
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Pat Marsh, Chairman of the search committee for the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer today.
"After an extensive selection process in which we interviewed many exceptional candidates, I am pleased to announce the unanimous decision of the Board of the Celebration to select Dr. Doyle Meadows for the position. Doyle is well recognized within the greater horse industry and he has served in many capacities that make him uniquely qualified to serve in this role," said Marsh.
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