Networking and Education Abound at 2007 NAMA Boot Camp

Written by NAMA on Thursday, August 30, 2007 , 12:55 pm

Boot Camp AttendeesAgri-marketing professionals ranging from account executives, creatives, media professionals, sales staff and more convened in Kansas City, MO. on August 21-23 for the 2007 NAMA Boot Camp.

The conference provided an invaluable opportunity for attendees to learn more about the agri-marketing industry from veteran marketing professionals and, in some cases, directly from producers and growers themselves. The chance to develop valuable contacts in the industry was also hailed as a top reason for attending NAMA Boot Camp.

Attendees Network at The Cashew“Attending NAMA Boot Camp was certainly a leap forward in my networking efforts – especially as a new employee with few contacts in the agricultural communications field,” shared Kimberly Wallis of AdFarm in Kansas City, Mo. “Boot Camp gave me a chance to plant future relationships that I’ll need throughout my career. I’m certain where I’d like to be in the next 3-5 years because of what I saw those three days!”

NAMA Boot Camp offers an impressive range of targeted breakout sessions and keynote speakers that allow attendees to customize their Boot Camp experience.

To learn more about other educational and networking opportunities available through NAMA contact Jenny Pickett at

Special thanks to the 2007 Boot Camp sponsors!

Associations Inc.
Bayer CropScience
Broadhead + Company
Farm Credit
Farm Industry News
Fastline Publications
High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal
Hoard’s Dairyman
John Deere
Martin Williams
Mosaic Company
Osborn & Barr Communications
Pioneer Hi-Bred Intl., Inc.
Rhea & Kaiser Marketing Communications
Successful Farming & Agriculture Online
The Western Producer/Acreage Life
Truffle Media Networks
ZimmComm New Media

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