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Agrimarketing : January February 2014
Courtesy of www.AgriMarketing.com 2013 BEST OF CAMA WINNERS G reetings fellow Agri-Marketers, What a fantastic year it has been. Agriculture is such a wonderful place to be! Congratulations to everyone who has worked so hard to make this year’s Best of CAMA event a success by devoting your time and effort — whether it be submitting entries, judging, or coordinating the Gala itself. And a very special thank you to the Québec chapter for being such a gracious host and providing us with a venue and a host city that is unlike no other. We, as an association, are so fortunate to have an opportunity to celebrate the best of our industry every November. But the benefits of Canadian Agri-Marketing Association (CAMA) extend beyond this wonderful event — by participating in your local chapters, you have access to timely and relevant industry-focused resources like webinars, lunch-n-learns, and the Certificate in Agri Marketing program. You also are a part of a membership network that includes over 300 members in Justin Funk Canada and over a thousand members of the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) in the United States, all serving the agri-marketing industry and representing all sectors of agriculture. Whether your reasons are focused on business, professional development, or fellowship, being a member of CAMA provides immeasurable return on your investment. Sincerely, Justin Funk, Agri Studies CAMA National Chairman 26 Agri Marketing s January/February 2014
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