AQHA Adds Depth to Sales Team With New Hire Jason Brewer

The American Quarter Horse Association hires industry veteran Jason Brewer as a senior account executive.

The American Quarter Horse Association welcomes Jason Brewer of Pilot Point, Texas, as a senior account executive for the Association and The American Quarter Horse Journal. Brewer began his role on May 9.

“The horse industry is in a state of tremendous growth, and I am excited to support AQHA as they expand within new segments,” said Brewer. “I look forward to working alongside the dedicated team at AQHA to develop new and innovative advertising offerings and sponsorship opportunities throughout AQHA’s platforms.”

As AQHA’s senior account executive, Brewer will work directly with the Association’s current and future partners, advertisers and sponsors. His years of experience in marketing and sales will benefit clients and assist them in achieving their marketing objectives through promotions, campaigns, sponsorships and partnerships with AQHA.

“We are excited to add Jason to AQHA’s talented sales team,” said Patty Tiberg, AQHA chief marketing and business development officer. “He is an accomplished sales leader with a proven track record, who will guide our advertisers in promoting their businesses to AQHA’s more than 230,000 members worldwide.”

Brewer’s tenure in the equine industry includes time as a regional sales director and vice president of corporate partnerships for the Professional Bull Riders (PBR), and more recently, a role as head of sales and marketing for Kiser Arena Specialists. He also served as the marketing director of WinStar World Casinos. Brewer graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

To contact the AQHA Sales and Advertising Department, call 806-378-4385 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central, Monday through Friday, or submit a Contact Us form.

For more information on AQHA staff, visit AQHA’s staff directory.

About AQHA
For more than 80 years, AQHA has established a bold reputation as the world’s largest equine breed registry. The Association’s role in preserving the integrity of the breed is expanding daily. AQHA leads the industry with more than 230,000 members and more than 6 million registered American Quarter Horses in over 130 countries around the world. To learn more about AQHA, visit

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Sarah Davisson
AQHA Director of Communications and Events

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