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Agrimarketing : October 2009
Heartland Chapter Hosts Reception at Farm Progress Show At the end of the busiest day at the Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Ill., the Heartland Chapter hosted a reception that was lively and well attended. Attendees—including NAMA members from several chapters as well as student members—networked and enjoyed drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Southwest NAMA Meets at Ag Media Summit On August 4, the Southwest NAMA Chapter held a breakfast meeting in conjunction with the Ag Media Summit in Fort Worth, Texas. Offi- cers were elected, and program- ming plans were set, including a September tour of the State Fair Grounds. years ago to include Kurzweil’s Market, home of the famous smoked pork chop. Midlands NAMA Presents “Harvesting Online Intelligence: What you don’t know could hurt you” The Strategic Air Command Museum in Ashland, Neb., provided a unique setting for the Midlands NAMA Chapter’s September meeting. Jennifer Windrum, Swanson Russell Associ- ates, shared her knowledge of social media. As she noted, “new media such as Twitter has created the world’s largest focus group!” Attendees learned tips on managing social networking efforts and online etiquette. Chapter Meeting Highlights MoKan Ag Tour Just prior to the start of Boot Camp in August, the MoKan NAMA Chapter hosted one of their best ag tours yet. Participants started the day with a stop at NeCo Seeds, a seed production facility in Garden City, Mo. The afternoon featured a trip to Kurzweil Farm, operated by two brothers, Tom and Dennis Kurzweil. The farming and hog operation was expanded several NAMA Webinar December 3, 2009, 1:00 p.m . CST $45 MEMBERS/NON-MEMBERS Angela Ridpath and Pamela Sandler, Experience Planning Directors, Bernstein-Rein Advertising Emerging Technologies Mobile and emerging tech- nologies are making it easier for marketers to connect with their customers. But this land- scape can be intimidating and confusing if you don’t know how to navigate it. This session will introduce you to mobile marketing and its ecosystem of players. Learn how to launch a mobile marketing campaign from experts who have done it successfully—and see what other emerging technologies are on the horizon. Angela Ridpath and Pamela Sandler have helped national brands like Payless ShoeSource, Burger King and Beauty Brands adapt and excel in this era of change. And they can help you, too. REMINDER: Best of NAMA Entries Due October 16 October 2009 I Agri Marketing 21 19 NAMA:25 NAMA 10/1/09 11:14 AM Page 21
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