NAMA Boot Camp Registration Now Open!

Written by NAMA on Thursday, June 13, 2013 , 12:18 pm

Whether you’ve just entered the rough working world or one who’s been through the NAMA Boot Camp drill before, sign up for this program today to learn more about the agri-marketing industry.

Join the National Agri-Marketing Association for the 10th annual NAMA Boot Camp, August 14 – 16, at the Sheraton Crown Center in Kansas City.

All attendees will receive a notebook packed with ag terminology, facts, case studies and speaker presentations.  This notebook has become one of the most popular aspects of the Boot Camp experience.

Boot Camp is hosting two networking sessions including a group dinner at the Sheraton Crown Center and a reception at Snow & Co (an artful frozen cocktail bar).  Meeting sessions include:

Producer Panel
Ag 101
Agency Client Communications
A View From The Air
Ag 201
Trade Show Strategies
Lessons Learned from a Career in Crisis Management
The Evolution of Social Media
Managing Up – Managing Sideways

Come in early and attend the optional MoKan Ag Tour!  The tour is an on-farm experience where attendees will tour as well as learn about different operations.

For more information on the NAMA Boot Camp and hotel information visit

To register for the NAMA Boot Camp and/or the MoKan Ag Tour, please visit

If you are interested in sponsoring a session or event at the NAMA Boot Camp, please fill out the sponsorship confirmation form at or contact Jenny Pickett at 913-491-6500 or via email at

Badger, Chicago, Cornbelt NAMA Golf Outing

Written by NAMA on Thursday, June 13, 2013 , 12:10 pm

This year’s Badger/Chicago/Cornbelt NAMA Classic Golf Outing and Hack ‘n’ Slash included over 50 participants from four states! In spite of the early rain, golfers managed to finish the day dry.  Congratulations to Tom Strachota, Eric Anderson and Steve DeWitt – the 2013 Open Champs!

It was also the second year of the Hack ‘n’ Slash event on the Hawk’s View Executive Par-3 course. The event is for those who really aren’t golfers, but want to enjoy the camaraderie of the sport without any of the pressure. All event participants enjoyed beverages on the course courtesy of Penton Media and cocktails courtesy of AG CONNECT Expo & Summit prior to dinner and awards.

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