Complete Story
 

Space is Limited for OABA Winter Events – Register Today to Reserve Your Seat

Custom Applicator Day = Feb. 5 and 6; Bowling for Scholarships = Feb. 8; Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshop = Feb. 19, 20

Space is limited for the Ohio AgriBusiness Association’s winter events, so don’t wait to register. Register soon to reserve your seat, and be sure to share this message with your colleagues.

Also, don’t miss out on sponsor/exhibitor opportunities for these events. Pledge your support as soon as possible to ensure you receive maximum sponsorship exposure.

 

Custom Applicator Day – February 5 and 6

For the 2013 event, the OABA’s Custom Applicator Day Task Force planned an interactive, hands-on training opportunity for the industry’s custom applicators. The training will kick off with an exhibit on February 5, featuring hands-on demonstrations with various large equipment representatives. On February 6, classroom-style training will build on the information shared during demonstrations and will provide participants with Certified Crop Adviser Pest Management continuing education credits and Ohio Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator Certification Credits.

Click here for additional information and to register as a participant and/or sponsor/exhibitor.

 

Bowling for Scholarships – February 8

There are a limited number of spots, and registration is filling up - so don't wait to register!

Bowling for Scholarships is a fundraising activity for the OABA Educational Trust scholarship program, through which nearly $35,000 in scholarship dollars is provided annually to students enrolled in an agriculture-related field attending The Ohio State University and Ohio State’s Agricultural Technical Institute, Clark State Community College and Wilmington College.

Click here for additional information and to register as a participant and/or sponsor/exhibitor.

 

Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshop – February 19, 20

The OABA’s Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshop Task Force planned a brand new robust training program for 2013, which features an interactive, hands-on format designed to help participants “learn by doing.” Participants will spend the morning in a classroom setting, and will then move to a nearby anhydrous facility to apply the information presented in the first portion of the training. Participants will break into smaller, more interactive groups to participate in hands-on break-out sessions throughout the facility.

The OABA Anhydrous Ammonia workshop assists dealers and their employees – and local emergency personnel (eligible for member rate) – in complying with Department of Transportation Hazardous Materials Training Requirements for anhydrous ammonia. The training features experts from both outside and within the industry, along with government regulators.

Click here for additional information and to register as a participant and/or sponsor/exhibitor.


0 Comments


< Back | Printer Friendly Page