Speakers Added to NAMA Boot Camp

Written by NAMA on Friday, June 1, 2007 , 9:09 am

Boot Camp LogoSome of the speakers for the 2007 NAMA Boot Camp have been confirmed. The Boot Camp will take place August 21-23, at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center in Kansas City.

This year’s Boot Camp will kick-off on Tuesday, August 21, at 8:00 a.m. with an optional day-long farm tour. Following the tour, registration for the Boot Camp will open along with a chance to network at the welcome reception. After the reception, enjoy dinner followed by a session on Speed Networking with Matt Anderson, The Referral Authority.

Wednesday, August 22, begins with breakfast and a Producer Panel. After the general session, select one of two breakout sessions. These breakouts will focus on Research and Trade Shows. Scott Hanna, Skyline Displays Heartland, Inc., will show attendees how maximizing your Trade Show R.O.I. helps you get results by revealing the essential aspects of a successful trade show program.

Join Errie Raasch with the Liberty Corn Maze/Carolyn’s Country Cousins and other attendees for a luncheon session on AgriTourism. The afternoon will begin with breakouts on BioSecurity as well as Shifting Demographics with Rhett Hawkins of Osborn & Barr Communications. The final session of the day will be a client/agency panel discussion. Following the last session, join us at The Cashew in downtown Kansas City for a networking reception.

Thursday, August 23, will kick-off with breakfast followed by breakout sessions on the Farm Bill and New Media followed by the Boot Camp Closing Session.

More details on sessions and speakers to come!

To register for the 2007 NAMA Boot Camp visit, http://payment.nama.org/bootcamp07.htm.

There are a few sponsorships still available for the NAMA Boot Camp, please fill out the sponsorship confirmation form at www.nama.org/programs/bootcamp-spo.htm or contact Jenny Pickett at 913-491-6500 or via e-mail at jennyp@nama.org.

For more information on the NAMA Boot Camp visit, http://www.nama.org/programs/bootcamp.htm.

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