Mid-America Chapter Event

Written by NAMA on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 , 11:56 am

Mid-America Chapter Summer Outing: Brews and Branding

Interested in learning some new tips on brand strategy while enjoying a few sips of a microbrew?

Join us for a Chapter Outing at Sun King Brewing Company! Sun King is an Indianapolis-based craft brewery with a focus on continually creating traditional seasonal and unique specialty beers. Sun King opened in July 2009 and has since grown into the second largest brewery in Indiana.

Attendees will be given the choice of a complimentary flight or pint of Sun King beer. Sun King team members will be on hand to answer marketing and branding questions.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Sun King Brewery
135 North College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202

If you’d like to attend the outing, please RSVP by July 17, 2015 to:

Cayla McLeland
(812) 320-8072


MoKan NAMA Chapter Event

Written by NAMA on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 , 11:55 am

Annual MoKan Golf Classic, a fundraising event to provide financial support for MoKan’s student chapters.

Thursday, July 23
Check-in:  Noon
Shotgun start:  1:00 pm
Awards & festivities to follow

Falcon Lakes Golf Club
4605 Clubhouse Dr.
Basehor, KS  66007

$85 per player
$340 per group/foursome
$400 includes 4 golfers + a hole sponsorship
$100 Hole Sponsorships
$200 Beverage Sponsorships (2 available)
Mulligans will be 2 for $5 or 5 – $10 / player

Register Now!

If you’ve got coworkers or clients that have never played golf, but would like to give it a shot (pun intended), please invite them to register.  This is a fun and relaxed event that will be fun for all.  Players will meet up in the clubhouse for cocktails, dinner and awards/prizes immediately following.

To become a sponsor or provide prizes for this event, please contact:

Bob Brunker

Gateway NAMA Chapter Event

Written by NAMA on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 , 11:54 am

Mark your calendar and get ready to join other local agri-marketing professionals at Busch Stadium to see the Cardinals take on the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday, August 12, at 7:15 PM.  The cost will be just $10 and covers your field box ticket to the game and pre-game beverages and appetizers at a location TBD.  More details will be made available via email in early July.  In the meantime, don’t forget to “Like” Gateway NAMA on Facebook to stay informed about this and other upcoming events.

If you have questions contact:

Colin Pennington or Heather Gieseke


Annual Badger/Chicago NAMA Golf Outing a Sunny Success

Written by NAMA on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 , 11:53 am

The sun was shining and the weather was perfect for a day on the links. On Thursday, June 4, members of the Badger and Chicago NAMA chapters enjoyed the annual NAMA golf outing at Hawk’s View Golf Club in Lake Geneva. Approximately 30 participants from both chapters made their way to the course, choosing either the classic golf contest or the Hack ’n’ Slash challenge. Several sponsored holes featured additional challenges to earn extra prizes. Challenges included: closest to the pin, longest putt and furthest drive to land in the fairway.

Both the Badger and Chicago NAMA chapters appreciate all the sponsors, including the beverage cart sponsor, who kept their players hydrated on the course and for sponsoring the golfer gifts. Following play, members and guests shared laughs about their round of golf and networked. Several awards were given following a tasty dinner – complete with “Wisconsin Mac ‘n’ Cheese” that included brats and a pretzel crust. Members of each winning team received an engraved trophy. However, with a beautiful day to golf, eat and drink with friends and colleagues, it is safe to say that everyone won.

Badger Classic contest winners

Classic contest winners with a score of 67:
• Fred Booras
• Randy Groff
• Pat Konen
• Pete Konen



Badger Hack n slash winnersHack ‘n’ Slash winners with a score of 63:
• Sarah Duwe
• Matt Harmin
• Evan Powell
• Amber Wiebelhaus

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