Register for the 2015 Agri-Marketing Conference!

Written by NAMA on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 , 9:23 am

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Register now  for the 2015 Agri-Marketing Conference, April 15-17, in Kansas City, MO. Visit the AMC homepage for conference, hotel and registration details.

Check out our lineup for the 2015 Breakout Sessions:

–DIY Video: Tips for Production

–Going Native: Can Multi-Media Advertising Pass Media Ethics Sniff Test

–The Drive to Feed the World

–Brainzooming

–Ads in the Crosshairs: Editorial & Advertising in this New Multi-Media Age

–If I Take Away Your Title, Will They Follow You?

–Bringing Consumer Digital into the Ag World

–Video Content is King

–Tapping Pivotal Talent to Stay Ahead of the Curve

–Brand You: Ten Strategies to Re-Image You

–Multi-sensory Marketing for Maximum Impact

ABEF Golf Outing:

The Agri-Business Educational Foundation (ABEF) will host a Golf Outing, Tuesday, April 14, 2015. Gather your foursome and enjoy a relaxing day of golf in Kansas City before the 2015 Agri-Marketing Conference begins.

The ABEF Golf Outing will take place at The Duece at the National Golf Club. A chartered bus will leave the hotel at 11:30 a.m. to take everyone to the golf course – boxed lunch and beverages will be provided. Tee time begins at 1:00 p.m. An awards ceremony and reception will cap off your day on the greens. Cost for this outing is $195 per golfer. This does not include golf club rental. For more information, visit the Activities Page on the AMC website.

Connection Point:

Looking for opportunities to place your company’s products and services before decision-makers in the ag marketplace? NAMA’s Connection Point is for you. Contact Lauren Giarratano to book your booth today.

Sponsorship:

Looking for other ways to get noticed? Get in touch with Jenny Pickett for sponsorship opportunities.

Register today to save money and get a jump on your 2015 calendar! #NAMA15

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