Be on the lookout for an email from ABEF for more information on the upcoming media auction. Save money on your media budget and support Student NAMA!
Join the 2016 ABEF Century Club for a chance to win a 6-month Wine of the Month Club Membership. Click here to join.
Join by December 15 and your name will be entered to win 2 bottles every month for 6 months.
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ABEF would appreciate your support by contributing a media package from your organization to help support the efforts of our Student NAMA Chapters. Proceeds from the media auction will help fund scholarships, student NAMA activities and the Student Marketing Competition.
The deadline to submit packages is October 15, 2016.
Please visit the website for a list of guidelines and to donate a media package.
The Agri-Business Education Foundation released a new video last month at the NAMA Fall Conference in Raleigh, NC. This video communicates ABEF’s mission to fuel the Student NAMA program.
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Do you want to put support behind your alma mater? Have you met some NAMA students who go above and beyond? Does a certain school give you that feeling they could be this year’s winner?
Now you can join in on the fun and excitement of the NAMA Student Marketing Competition by playing “Sensational Six” …… Powered by ABEF!
Select the winner of the 2016 Student Marketing Competition, along with 5 teams that you believe will place, and you will be entered to win a $500 Visa gift card! You may enter as many forms as you would like for a better chance to win. The price for each submission is $25, which will go to the Agri-Business Educational Foundation and the future of agribusiness. The deadline for submissions is Midnight on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. The winner will be announced at the Trade Show Closing Reception on Thursday, April 14, 2016!
You do not need to be present at the Agri-Marketing Conference to win!
Click here to make your prediction now!
This contest is designed to showcase the talents of young artists who share a passion for modern agriculture. A winning original piece of art will be chosen as the official National Ag Day poster. The contest is open to all amateur artists enrolled in high school or college.
Entries will be screened by a nine-member jury. Finalists will then be judged through online voting to determine one winner.
The 2015 contest theme is “Agriculture: Sustaining Future Generations.” The winning entry will be published as the official National Ag Day Poster and the winning artist will receive a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by Meredith Agrimedia. Artwork and profile of the artist will be prominently featured in Successful Farming magazine and Ag Day correspondence. Media releases will also be sent to all Ag Day sponsors and supporters. The original artwork will be on display in a public location.
For more information on the contest, rules and to submit a poster, go to http://www.agday.org/media/pr4.php.
If a bid is received on an item within the last 30 minutes of the auction, the auction will remain open on that item through the next business day until 5:00 p.m. (central time). This process will continue until no bids are received within 30 minutes of the bid closing.
The purchaser of the item is obligated to pay the purchase price to the ABEF even if the item is not used. Any resolution of conflict between the buyer and donating company will not remove the obligation of the buyer to pay the purchase price to ABEF.
To place your bids now visit, http://www.nama.org/abef/silentauction/bidco.htm.
For more information please contact Jenny Pickett in the NAMA office at (913) 491-6500 or e-mail to email@example.com
The 2015 date for National Ag Day is set for March 18th. This is the 42nd anniversary of National Ag Day and the theme for this year is “Agriculture: Sustaining Future Generations.” The purpose of National Ag Day is to help Americans understand the role agriculture plays in their daily lives.
The Agriculture Council of America (ACA) will host events in the nation’s capital including the Mix-and-Mingle Luncheon and the National Celebration of Agriculture Dinner. Also, the ACA will arrange for approximately 100 college students to travel to Washington D.C. and deliver the message of Ag Day to the Hill. In addition to the events in Washington D.C., the ACA will hold an Ag Day Essay Contest and an Ag Day Poster Art Contest for students to get more involved in the efforts behind National Ag Day.
These events and activities mark a nationwide effort to express the importance of agriculture in America today. A number of producers, agricultural associations, corporations, students and government organizations involved in agriculture are expected to participate.
National Ag Day is organized by the Agriculture Council of America. The ACA is a non-profit organization composed of leaders in the agricultural, food and fiber communities. The ACA dedicates its efforts to increasing the public’s awareness of the role of agriculture in today’s society.
Be sure to check the Ag Day website for updates on the upcoming events.
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