Bill Crowder, owner of Midway Diner, a meat-and-three on a main strip in Shelbyville, Tenn., hasn't bought a $40 green walking horse sponsor sign like most other local businesses have. Because of that, he said, there have been efforts on social media to blacklist his restaurant, which he has owned for 15 years. (Photo by Shelley Mays)
Bill Crowder, owner of Midway Diner, a meat-and-three on a main strip in Shelbyville, Tenn., hasn't bought a $40 green walking horse sponsor sign like most other local businesses have. Because of that, he said, there have been efforts on social media to blacklist his restaurant, which he has owned for 15 years. (Photo by Shelley Mays)
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published Sunday, August 5th, 2012
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Bill Crowder, owner of Midway Diner, a meat-and-three in Shelbyville, Tenn., was taken aback at the response he received after not buying a "proud sponsor" sign from the Walking Horse Trainers Association.

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