Fall Conference – Still Time To Register

Written by NAMA on Wednesday, September 4, 2013 , 6:52 am

The Fall Conference is around the corner!  Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to amp up your professional development and learn practical marketing strategies.

Be part of the action! CHECK OUT WHO’S COMING. Download the attendee list.

Here’s what’s in store …

  • Insightful Keynote Speaker. Brian Billick – Hear from one of NFL’s most successful and respected coaches on how to get the most out of your team on the football field or in the workplace.
  • 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.
  • Thought Provoking Conversations. Learn about the most critical issues facing the ag community today: labor, climate change, legislation and more.

Don’t forget, the Gateway NAMA Chapter will be hosting an Ag Tour (optional) prior to the kick-off of Fall Conference.  First, experience the Agricultural Technology Tour at the Monsanto Chesterfield Village facility and explore the major food production issues facing the world and find out how Monsanto research is contributing to new solutions.  The second stop on the tour will be a visit to Chandler Hill Vineyards where you’ll enjoy a wine tasting and learn what makes wine making in Missouri unique from other regions.

But don’t wait. The seats are almost filled, and we want to see you there!  Click here for details Fall Conference.

Special Note:  The Ritz-Carlton is sold out.
We have booked a block of rooms at the Sheraton Plaza Clayton, which is a block away from the conference hotel.  For reservations, call 1-888-337-1395 and ask for the “NAMA Fall Conference Block.”  If you would like to be included on our Ritz-Carlton “wait list”, please call the NAMA office at 913-491-6500.  We will do our best to get you in.

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