Sponsorship Opportunities: NAMA Student Sales Competition

Written by NAMA on Monday, February 25, 2019 , 12:40 pm

This is the inaugural year of the National Agri-Marketing Association Collegiate Sales Competition. This competition seeks to advance the practice and professionalism of selling and the sales profession.

NAMA is seeking sponsors for this upcoming competition. Sponsorship provides exciting opportunities for your team to be involved in the event, gain access to talented students and strengthen your company’s reputation as a leader in the industry.

Contact us now to give your company the opportunity to see this year’s sales presentations at the 2019 Agri-Marketing Conference. Find the list of opportunities below and email Jenny Pickett for more information.

Click here for a list of available sponsorships.

First Look at NAMA’s Opening Keynoter

Written by NAMA on Monday, February 25, 2019 , 12:11 pm

Vinh Giang will take your career to new heights by showing you how to cultivate the right influences that make the difference between success and mediocrity. With humor, heart & showmanship, he demonstrates the power of perspective and how people are fooled by illusions.

Join NAMA and Vinh in Kansas City, April 10-12, at the 2019 Agri-Marketing Conference. Register now!

Shape the Industry’s Future

Written by NAMA on Monday, February 25, 2019 , 12:10 pm

Position your company at the top, get to know potential new hires and invest in the rising stars of agribusiness through the NAMA Foundation.

Take advantage of:

Sponsorship
Sponsor the new NAMA Sales Competition or key components of the Student activities and be recognized as a leader.

Century Club
Be a part of this select group committed to securing scholarship funds for students.

Topgolf
Attend and sponsor this fun event to connect yourself to current and future movers and shakers.

Silent Auction
Donate auction items that will raise funds to support scholarships and student programs.

NEW FOR 2019:
Get extra exposure as a sponsor of the first annual NAMA Sales Competition!
Sponsorship provides exciting opportunities for your team to be involved in the event, gain access to talented students and strengthen your company’s reputation as a leader in the industry.

When your company provides the NAMA Foundation with tax-deductible support, you ensure a strong future for students, your company and the industry.

We’re grateful for all your company does to make the work of NAMA and the NAMA Foundation possible. Together, we can create success for tomorrow’s ag professionals and our industry. Please join your colleagues in contributing to the NAMA Foundation.

Please make sure we hear from your company soon so you can receive the maximum exposure possible as a sponsor.

MoKan NAMA Taste of KC Tour

Written by NAMA on Monday, February 25, 2019 , 12:09 pm

Start your 2019 Agri-Marketing Conference with MoKan NAMA’s Taste of KC Tour!

Savor, sip and share on NAMA’s flavor tour of Kansas City. The food and drink are sure to be on-par with the conversation and networking at The Roasterie and Rye. You’ll feel finer than a Prohibition-Era politician when you end the day with cocktails at Tom’s Town, a 1920’s-style Kansas City Speakeasy!

In the morning, your regularly scheduled caffeine buzz will get a jolt with a behind-the-scenes tour of The Roasterie factory. Attendees will learn
secrets of brewing the best at-home coffee, and receive a complimentary Roasterie pub glass – not to mention a sample of The Roasterie’s
mouthwatering Nitro, Cold Brew or Iced Tea.

We’ll keep the fun moving and get back to the roots of agri-marketing with a delicious meal at Rye on the Plaza. After chowing down, attendees will get the chance to learn about Rye’s farm-to-table philosophy, as well as their partnerships with local farmers who provide the ingredients for top-tier American fare.

Then, bootleg the spirit of Kansas City Prohibition-Era Spirits at the beautiful art deco lounge of Tom’s Town Distilling Co., a local speakeasy
that draws its roots from the infamously crooked politician, Tom Pendergast. Sip one of Tom’s Town’s award-winning craft cocktails after a tour of the distillery and barrel room. Because, as Tom Pendergast loved to say, “the people are thirsty.”

Register today so you can savor the aroma of the coffee business, share a farm-to-table meal and conversation,
and flout prohibition with your NAMA friends and colleagues!

Cost for the tour is $75.

Wednesday, April 10
9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Click here if you just need to register for the tour.
Click here if you need to register for both the tour and conference at the same time.

NAMA Webinar: Animal Agriculture Research Roundup: Understanding Our Consumers

Written by NAMA on Monday, February 25, 2019 , 12:09 pm

Animal Agriculture Research Roundup: Understanding Our Consumers

Understanding our customers and consumers is essential in animal agriculture. In this session, Hannah Thompson-Weeman, Animal Agriculture Alliance, will share the results of several new research projects examining current and emerging issues in the agriculture industry and what they could mean to the future of animal agriculture.

It’s important to better understand hot topics in animal agriculture so you can advise your clients on how to be successful in an ever-changing marketplace. Attendees will leave more informed about current issues in animal ag and will have access to the full research results of each project to examine more closely.

Cost: $40 NAMA Members and $50 Non-members

Date: Thursday, March 7

Time: 2:00 p.m. Central Time

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

Join NAMA, AAEA and NAFB at Commodity Classic

Written by NAMA on Monday, February 25, 2019 , 12:08 pm

You are invited to a joint cocktail reception hosted by NAMA, NAFB and AAEA at Commodity Classic in Orlando!

When: Friday, March 1, 2019

Where: Orange County Convention Center, Room 307 A

Time: 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.

Stop by after the trade show closes but before you head out to dinner!
We encourage you to bring a prospective member or guest to the reception.

No cost or registration necessary.

For any questions, contact Barb Ulschmid at (952) 758-6502
or email aaea@gandgcomm.com.

Sponsorship help provided by BASF and the Florida and Rocky Mountain NAMA Chapters.

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