Making your mark at best of NAMA.
The creative process of working with a set of sales and marketing objectives and then converting them into a creatively communicated selling proposition is one of the enjoyable tasks of being an agrimarketer. And it's especially enjoyable when not only your peers recognize the work at this event but also when the client and the product managers, sales force and dealers feel that it really does support their efforts in their day-to-day jobs. Congratulations to all the entrants, winners and judges who make this a treasured event.
I'd also like to take this opportunity to thank all of the advertisers and supporters of the magazine. We've received good feedback from many folks within the industry regarding the purpose of the magazine and what we do with it. This is greatly appreciated, but it wouldn't even be possible without the advertising support.
In addition to the 2,000 or so members of NAMA who receive this magazine, our circulation reaches a total of 9,000 top agribusiness executives and other agribusiness leaders throughout North America across all food and fiber industries and allied services. That is a significant group to view the best of the best agrimarketers in our industry.
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|Title Annotation:||For Openers; National Agri-Marketing Association|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2004|
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