New Scheme to Waive Registration Fee for IPE/IFE

US - The 'Members to Atlanta' scheme will waives the registration fee to the 2010 International Poultry/Feed Expo.
calendar icon 2 July 2009
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US Poultry & Egg Association and the American Feed Industry Association announce a unique 'Members to Atlanta' (M2A) programme that will waive the registration fee at the 2010 International Poultry/Feed Expo for member firms of both associations engaged in the production of poultry and egg products and feed manufacturing. Next year's show is scheduled for 27 to 29 January in Atlanta's Georgia World Congress Center.

The M2A programme is supported through the sponsorship of Expo exhibitors. Participating exhibitor companies will be identified with the customers they sponsor, and they will be recognized at the show. The new programme is available only to member companies and only through on-line registration.

"Our industries have recently experienced severe economic stress," said USPOULTRY chairman, Monty Henderson of George's, Inc. in Springdale, Arkansas.

"And as we look forward to returning to profitability and planning for the future, we will need to replace and upgrade equipment and facilities. The 2010 Expos will provide an excellent opportunity to see the latest technology and attend cutting-edge education sessions. The show will enable poultry and feed manufacturing firms to positively impact their bottom lines, and this innovative Members 2 Atlanta programme will make it easier and more cost-effective than ever," he added.

The 'Elite Sponsorship' programme is available only to a limited number of exhibiting firms, according to Expo manager, Charlie Olentine. "It will be offered first-come, first-served," he said.

For information on 'Members 2 Atlanta', contact Henry Truelove ([email protected]) or Sarah Novak ([email protected]).

Further Reading

- You can findout more about 2010 International Poultry/Feed Expo by clicking here.
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