REGISTER TODAY FOR 20TH COMMODITY CLASSIC AND SAVE!

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(Posted Wed. Jan 14th, 2015)

With only one day remaining to take advantage of the early bird registration discount, growers interested in attending Commodity Classic have one last chance to save. Discounted early bird registration ends tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 15, for the event, which will be held in Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 26-28.   Online registration and details about the event are available at www.CommodityClassic.com.

 

“Commodity Classic is on track to be bigger and better than ever this year,” said National Corn Growers Association Commodity Classic Joint Venture Committee Co-chair Bart Schott. “I urge everyone to come to Phoenix to see how the educational opportunities and relationships formed can benefit their operation. For those who act quickly, they can do so at a significant savings as well. With so many offerings and events, the 20th Commodity Classic does truly offer a many chances for farmers to blaze a trail of success into the next growing season.”

 

Full registration includes admission to:

  • All educational sessions including Learning Centers, Early Riser sessions, What's New sessions and Mini What’s New sessions
  • The huge trade show, including box lunch on Thursday and Friday and a mid-morning snack on Saturday in the trade show
  • The General Session featuring top-notch speakers and the leadership of the commodity organizations
  • The banquet of the American Soybean Association or National Corn Growers Association (based on space availability and not guaranteed)
  • The Evening of Entertainment, featuring country music star Craig Morgan
  • The Opening Reception

 

As an added bonus this year, all full registrants will receive complimentary access to video recordings of 2015 educational programs including Learning Centers, Early Riser and What's New sessions following the conclusion of Commodity Classic.

 

The 2015 version of the Commodity Classic app for smart phones and tablets is currently available. The new app, which can be downloaded via one's operating system’s app store, enables attendees to plan their entire schedule during Commodity Classic.

 

Established in 1996, Commodity Classic is America's largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show, produced by the National Corn Growers Association, American Soybean Association, National Association of Wheat Growers and National Sorghum Producers. Starting in 2016, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers and many of its members will be joining the event.

 

For more information, visit www.CommodityClassic.com