ABEF Auction Donations Needed

Written by NAMA on Friday, February 18, 2011 , 8:33 am

Donations are needed for the 2011 ABEF Silent Auction held in the Connection Point, April 13-14, in Kansas City, as well as the ABEF Online Media Auction, held March 30-April 6, online.

Find a home for that special edition wildlife print or even those sports tickets and surplus company logo jackets. Or give a media package or services, and support the Agri-Business Educational Foundation (ABEF) at the same time. How? By contributing to the annual ABEF Silent Auction.

Please join your agri-marketing peers in supporting this worthwhile effort by donating to the auction. Please donate by March 11 to be included in the Auction Catalog.

Any worthwhile product or service will be gratefully accepted. Some of the most popular items auctioned in past years include:

* Framed and limited edition artwork
* Media packages for broadcast, print & Internet
* Professional services
* Premiums and wearables
* Collectibles
* Sports tickets and memorabilia

The success of the ABEF Silent Auction proves our association is eager to contribute to the growth and enhancement of the profession of agri-marketing. Please show your support and donate what you can (minimum of $50 value suggested). All proceeds from the Silent Auction support the NAMA Student Careers Program which involves 30 collegiate chapters across the US. This program provides scholarships, careers fairs, the Student Marketing Competition in conjunction with the Agri-Marketing Conference, and the Outstanding Student Chapter and Advisor awards. Please note that all media and service packages will be auctioned On-line.

To donate to the auctions please access the pledge form at http://www.nama.org/abef/silentauction/pledgeform.htm.

For more information contact Jenny Pickett in the ABEF/NAMA office at jennyp@nama.org.

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