Register Today for NAMA’s New Fall Conference

Written by NAMA on Wednesday, August 15, 2012 , 12:02 pm

Join NAMA in Minneapolis to take your career to the next level and celebrate NAMA leadership, September 25 – 26.

The Fall Conference is NAMA’s newest signature event, and we want you to be a part of the action. Looking for fresh ideas to increase your professionalism? Want to fine-tune your critical leadership skills? The Fall Conference is the place for you!

Here’s what’s in store …

Insightful Keynote Speaker. Steve Schussler, founder of Rainforest Café, is living proof that setting your goals high and staying focused pays off! He’ll share his secrets to success.

Next Level Breakout Sessions. Created especially for agri-marketers ready to move up the career ladder and acquire game-changing professional development skills.

Classic NAMA Networking. Rub shoulders with NAMA leadership and expand your circle of influential agri-marketing professionals.

We’re packing as much learning, networking and good times into the Fall Conference as possible.

“Celebrating Leadership” will be a prominent theme throughout the Fall Conference. Join us to hone your leadership skills through innovative sessions and learn how NAMA can help you succeed in your career and at your organization. You’re also invited to a momentous celebration of NAMA leaders throughout the generations.

Join the North Central NAMA Chapter  on a tour showcasing unique aspects of Minnesota agriculture and agribusiness. Snacks, drinks and networking are all on the agenda for Monday afternoon. End the day at a Twin Cities brewery! (optional) Note:  There has been a time change in the start time for this tour.  Buses leave the hotel at 12:30 p.m.

To register for the 2012 Fall Conference, visit

For more information on the Fall Conference and hotel, visit

Sponsorships are now available for the Fall Conference. If you are interested in sponsoring a session, please contact Jenny Pickett at or call 913-491-6500.

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