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Sep 23, 2020
More information released about Southeast Regional conference going virtual

The Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference held annually in Savannah, Georgia, has announced that the 2021 conference will be held virtually this year, Jan. 5-7, 2021.

This event is the largest educational conference and trade show in the Southeast that unites growers, vendors and suppliers from across the specialty crop industry.

“Our number one priority is protecting the health and well-being of all attendees and we are excited to move our conference to a virtual event,” said Charles Hall, Southeast Regional Executive Director.

The conference, coordinated and sponsored by the Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association (GFVGA) and the South Carolina Peach Council will continue to present unique opportunities for exhibitors and attendees to network and share the latest advances in fruit and vegetable production technology through an interactive trade show platform and extensive education program.

Southeast Regional will once again feature a comprehensive education program with leading commodity experts from across the country. Presented in both live and on demand formats, sessions are designed to keep growers up to date on production technology, new varieties, regulations and business opportunities. 

The Southeast Regional Team will release details soon for booth and product showcase options that will include interactive tools to optimize product and service demonstrations. This year’s trade show will feature dedicated exhibitor Power Hours to provide exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their new products and services and will be accessible around the clock to allow attendees to browse through the trade show at their convenience. 

For more information, please visit www.seregionalconference.org, or, call us at 877-994-3842.

The Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association is a trade association representing farmers producing fruits and vegetables in the southeastern United States. The organization provides a viable and united voice to represent the industry. Through support for educational programs, agricultural research, member services and marketing activities GFVGA encourages efficient, cost effective production for growers and increased consumption by consumers.

GFVGA is managed by Association Services Group, a professional management firm with offices in LaGrange, Georgia, and is accredited by the Association Management Company Institute.

The South Carolina Peach Council is an association of growers, packers, researchers, allied industry, and produce buyers who seek to protect and advance the production and marketing of peaches in South Carolina.




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