This post is just to follow up my last one since it’s now the day after the Emily Richards Concert here at the National Biodiesel Conference.
It’s “meet the stars” week here in San Diego. I wasn’t real familiar with Emily Richards until today. But I’m a fan. Tonight we get to see a live show. Emily is a singer/songwriter that vocally supports biodiesel. If you want to see what she looks like on a motorcycle you’ll have to visit the Biodiesel Conference Blog.
I don’t think I’ve ever posted as much multi-media content as I have from this National Biodiesel Conference. I know it’s making my posting light here on AgWired but that will change after I’m back Friday. I thought you might enjoy some of it here though.
I know posting has been a little light here today but you can visit the Biodiesel Conference Blog if you want to see what I’ve been up to. For example, my buddy Luke Perry here did a press conference just a little while ago to publicly support this renewable fuel effort. Daryl Hannah jumped into the press conference a little late but you can hear her too.
It’s Super Bowl Half Time. Mick Jagger is in better shape than I am at the moment. How old is that guy?
If you’ve never attended or participated in one of the committee meetings going on here then you might want to check this out. It’s just real people trying to work through some very complex issues.
There’s all kinds of activities in the booths this year. The Bayer booth had a very amusing pool shark. He had quite a crowd so I guess he was entertaining.
The Cattle Industry Convention Trade Show got underway this evening. Thank you Allflex for letting me set my bags in your booth for a while.
Today at the Cattle Industry Convention it was time for the Cattlemen’s College. This year it was held (still going on actually) at the National Western Events Center. They decided to have some live demonstrations about cattle handling. I watched the “Use of Stock Doges in a Low-Stress Manner” session. These are some well trained dogs.
Doing creative television commercials doesn’t have to break your budget. That’s what the Florida Tomatoe Committee found out when they created this new tv campaign. The campaign will air beginning January 30 and run again in March on several cable networks targeting women, 25 – 54.