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2018 Tryon WEG Tickets

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This morning Tryon International Equestrian Center announced the start of early ticket sales for North and South Carolina Residents. A limited amount of ticket packages are on sale, with individual session tickets coming out in November. North and South Carolina residents wishing to purchase tickets can use code "wegncsc" at check out to secure tickets. According to the website, purchases made using this code by residents outside the Carolinas before October 16, 2017 will be cancelled.  For more information visit Tryon2018.com.

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