There’s so many awards given out that I doubt we’ll be able to post them all and I’m not going to even try yet. But while the ceremony is going on I can bring you a few pictures.
Malcolm Media has a great display. They’re the Malcolm Racing Team. I talked to Dan Malcolm, who’s put together a great booth.
Gary & Robin Cooper, Southeast AgNet, now own Citrus Industry magazine. They’re here at NAMA to exhibit and talk about the sunshine state media combination of radio and print!
Gary Schulz, GM, International Agri-Center, Inc., explains what the World Ag Expo is at his NAMA Trade Show booth.
We had a second winner this afternoon at our booth. He’s Mick Glaze, Fort Hays State University. Mick is an instructor of agricultural business in the Dept. of Agriculture.
The first winner of the New Holland toy tractor that was given away at the AgriMarketing Pros booth is Dennis Bryant, DF Bryant & Company, Inc.
Way to go Dennis!
As a “Gator” myself (TEL 1980) I had to get a picture of the Gator NAMA student competition team. Here they are at lunch. Sharp looking! Good luck.
One of the greatest benefits to attending a NAMA convention is networking with your peers. In between meetings, the trade show, meals or just about anytime, you’ll see agrimarketing professionals talking. This benefit alone makes attending the convention a must for anyone who’s serious about their profession.
The NAMA Convention student lunch was crowded. At the conclusion of the luncheon the quarterfinalists were announced for their marketing competition. Those are already underway this afternoon.
Another ARC Spring Fling note from Carroll Merry.