Ambassador: HALLE DICKERSON
What does being a Kerrits Ambassador mean to you?
Being a Kerrits Ambassador would mean the world to me. I would be proud to wear and model Kerrits products. To me, they're the best. With so many other companies to compete against, the competition is tough. No other breeches fit me like yours, and that is the main reason why I'd like to become an ambassador. To spread the word about your company and to get more people to buy your products. After being at the barn, I might have to run errands with my parents. One time during those errands, another equestrian saw me in my Kerrits breeches and asked what brand they were and where I bought them. I told her how great they fit and I don't wear any other brands. She said "Huh, those are nice breeches. I should get a pair!"
What are your passions as a rider and ambassador?
As an ambassador, my main goal and passion is to encourage people to buy, or at least check out, your products. For example, I would easily be able post pictures of me wearing Kerrits on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. With just one photo, Kerrits could get a ton of new customers! I could also be your test rider and model for any of your new lines before they came out in stores. I could wear them to my barn and let my friends and other riders see how good they look.
My focus as an equestrian is to ride and show continuously. My main enjoyment is being around any equine. Even when I just go to the barn and visit friends and ponies I always wear my Kerrits breeches. As a rider, my passion is to excel in the hunter/jumper divisions. I'd also like to try dressage. Whether it's jumping, trail riding, or doing flat work, I adore riding.
What is your connection to Kerrits?
About two and a half years ago I started riding. I was looking for a simple pair of breeches to wear. My first pair of breeches were Kerrits. They were a small black pair that are now are almost up to my knee. Since then I've always ridden with Kerrits breeches. It's not only the durability of your products, but it's also the quality. For example, I just got a new pair of Kerrits breeches. I wore them to school and fell in sand, dropped food all over them, and they still stayed in tact. I've had other breeches and they would tear and stain. Not only that, but they don't leave marks on my ankles. Unlike other breeches, the elastic at the ankles does not leave a mark after riding. Many breeches do that and the mark stays there for a long period of time and can sometimes even hurt and turn red! It's pretty simple why I only choose Kerrits, durability, quality, and comfort!