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Agrimarketing : Marketing Services Guide
VOLUME 46 NUMBER 10 WHOLE NUMBER 502 ® CONTENTS 4 COMPANIES 21 MARKETING SERVICES 21 Direct marketing & list rental 22 Editorial 24 Market research/U.S. based 27 Market research/Canadian based 27 Consulting/Capital/M&A 29 Personnel recruiting/executive search 30 Photography/video 32 Premiums/Incentives & Displays 35 AGENCIES 35 U.S. communication agencies 49 Canadian communication agencies 53 AGRICULTURAL & TRADE PRINT 53 U.S. publications 73 U.S. print units 76 U.S. print sales rep firms 79 Canadian publications 82 Canadian print units 85 BROADCAST 85 U.S. radio 89 U.S. radio networks 94 Canadian networks Television programs/channels 96 Canadian television programs/channels Broadcast sales rep firms 99 E-Business 99 E-Services 100 E-Information 104 E-Commerce 109 ASSOCIATIONS 113 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 127 NAMA & CAMA Directory (For Members Only) 127 NAMA member listing 163 NAMA & CAMA chapter listings Welcome to the 2009 Guide! This year’s annual AgriMarketing Services Guide contains over 15,500 valu- able pieces of information.Many in the agricultural community report theGuide as one of their most valuable resources. First published 35 years ago, this year’s edition contains the listings of over 1,100 organizations—and 9,500 people—who provide products and servic- es to the North American agricultural producer. Often referred to as the “Yellow Pages of the ag industry,” the Guide opens up the market place, allowing users to quickly: • Find vendors, • Find prospective clients, • Make contacts among their peers, and • Report trends within the industry. For those who are members of the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) and the Canadian Agri-Marketing Association (CAMA), your copy of the Guide also includes the Associations’’membership directory. Last year’sGuide, which included the popular “Legacy Companies” section, which provides the heritage of many of the major agribusiness organizations can still be viewed by going to: http://www.agrimarketingdigital.com/?iid=6214. This current issue of the Guide can also be viewed on-line throughout the year by going to www.AgriMarketing.com and accessing the “Archived Issues” link in the upper left hand corner of the landing page. We would like to thank all of the organizations who have provided their update information and encourage you to contact the advertisers first when you are need of services. LynnHenderson PUBLISHER/EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Lynn Henderson (LynnH@AgriMarketing.com) EDITORIAL/PRODUCTION ________________________________________ Managing Editor Audrey Evans (AudreyE@AgriMarketing.com) JudyKnoll ________________________________________ ADVERTISING SALES AudreyEvans Publisher/EditorialDir. AdSales/CustomerSvcs.Mgr. ManagingEditor ________________________________________ Ad Sales/Customer ServiceManager Judy Knoll (JudyK@AgriMarketing.com) CIRCULATION ___________________________________ Send subscription inquiries and address changes to: P.O.Box 16123 St. Louis,MO 63105 AGRIMARKETING is proudly associated with: _______ __ is published by: ® Henderson Communications L.L.C. 1422 Elbridge Payne Road, #250 Chesterfield,MO 63017 Phone: 636/728-1428; FAX: 636/777-4178 www.agrimarketing.com BPA? INTERNATIONAL 2009 MARKETING SERVICES GUIDE 3