Jun 8, 2020
NAMA adds virtual option to live 2020 Agri-Marketing Conference

The National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) announced June 8 that the 2020 Agri-Marketing Conference will be offered as both a live and virtual conference, Aug. 11-13, 2020.

“We want to deliver everything that NAMA has to offer,” said Jenny Pickett, CEO, National Agri-Marketing Association. “That’s why we’ve expanded the conference to offer added flexibility and bring fantastic agri-marketing education and networking to even more people.”

The virtual conference will be offered for $495 and $635 for members and non-members, respectively. The non-member rate includes one free year of NAMA membership.

Features of the virtual conference include a virtual trade show, virtual happy hours, special chat rooms and on-demand playback. There will be a number of opportunities for on-site and virtual attendees to network.

“Attendees of the live conference will get the best of both worlds,” Pickett said, noting live attendees will be able to participate in the virtual event at no added cost.

The live conference will include the usual NAMA favorites, including top-notch keynote presentations and the Best of NAMA awards. The hotel is also taking extra steps to ensure cleanliness and safety through Marriott’s Commitment to Clean protocol.  

“We are confident that whether you are live with us in Kansas City or attending the virtual event, you will have a terrific NAMA experience,” continued Pickett.

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NAMA is the nation’s largest association for professionals in marketing and agribusiness. NAMA members take advantage of ag-centric networking, education and professional development opportunities through NAMA’s network of chapters, and at conferences throughout the year. NAMA has been encouraging and recognizing excellence in the industry for over 60 years. For more information, please visit nama.org or contact Jenny Pickett at (913) 491-6500 ([email protected]).

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