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Agrimarketing : January February 2015
Courtesy of www.AgriMarketing.com 2014 BEST OF CAMA WINNERS G reeting fellow Agri-Marketers, Like the farmers we serve who enjoy a fruitful harvest of a successful growing season, tonight we gather together to celebrate the fruits of our labour and recognize the best in Agri-Marketing. On behalf of the National Committee, I would like to thank everyone who has worked so hard to make this year’s Best of CAMA event a success and congratulate those who have taken the time to submit entries, and those who have taken home a prize. Everyone is deserving of a round of applause. And a very special thank you to the Ontario Chapter, the BOC committee, and Mary Thornley for organizating what truly has been a “Capital Affair.” As a group focused on agriculture, we are unique. And as a result, CAMA is able to provide its members with unique opportunities to network, learn, and celebrate with one another. With provincial chapters located across the country we provide a network of expertise that spans across all sectors of the industry with over 300 members in Canada, and thousands of members of the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) in the United States. Whether your reasons for involvement in CAMA include business development, professional development, Justin Funk or just CAMAradarie, our goal is to ensure that your involvement in CAMA will continue to provide immeasurable rewards. Yours Truly, Justin Funk, Agri Studies CAMA National Chairman 26 Agri Marketing s January/February 2015
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