ncae ag employers forum 2017

Sep 23, 2019
Agricultural Employers group opens registration for Ag Labor Forum

The National Council of Agricultural Employers (NCAE) has opened registration for the 6th annual Ag Employer Labor Forum. 

When: Dec. 4 – 6, 2019

Where: The M Resort in Henderson, NV – just a 10 minute drive from McCarran International Airport. Be sure to book your room through NCAE’s discounted room block before it closes on Nov. 8.

Early Bird Registration: Early Bird Registration closes on Oct. 6, be sure to register before prices go up.

Advocacy Boot Camp: The Advocacy Boot Camp is back this year due to popular demand. Participants will get hands on training in a small group setting to boost their advocacy skills. This session is perfect for those looking to increase their impact from the Statehouse to the White House. Spaces are limited, so be sure to sign-up before they run out.

Sponsorship Opportunities: NCAE is seeking additional sponsors for this year’s Labor Forum. This year’s sponsorship levels have been attached for your review. Visit NCAE’s website to learn more or email [email protected] to discuss further.

Visit to register. 

2019 Labor Forum Agenda Outline

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