WI FFA Alumni welcomes sponsors for annual convention
MADISON – Agricultural education organization, Wisconsin FFA Alumni Association welcomes Wisconsin agricultural businesses and professionals to join its group of sponsors for the annual Alumni Convention taking place February 3-4, 2017 at the Heidel House Resort in Green Lake, WI.
The 2017 Wisconsin FFA Alumni Convention is the largest annual fundraiser for the Wisconsin FFA Alumni and serves as a professional development conference for its members.
Sponsors of the event can choose from six tiers of sponsorship ranging from Friend of the Alumni to Star Level. Each level includes increased exposure to the group with benefits ranging from inclusion in the event program and booth space to being a speaker during a general session.
“Sponsors and stakeholders are an essential component to the success of the 2017 Wisconsin FFA Alumni Convention,” said Convention Chair, BJ Chrisler. “Every year we welcome over 300 members to our annual convention to celebrate their accomplishments, prepare for the upcoming year, and network with our sponsors and stakeholders to better understand how we can positively impact the agriculture industry. With a full agenda planned including entertainment, auctions, and workshops, we plan to make this one of the most interactive conventions yet!”
With Renew Your Purpose as the theme for this year’s conference, the Wisconsin FFA Alumni is focusing on providing nostalgic activities and entertainment to help remind members how far agriculture has developed over the decades.
The classic Wisconsin Heidel House Resort provides the perfect location to reflect on the achievements of the organization in agricultural education over the past year, while preparing and learning new skills to assist in the future. Sponsors can learn more information at www.wisconsinffaalumni.org/events/
The Wisconsin FFA Alumni is a grass roots organization that supports the state’s youth involved in agriculture education and the FFA as well as the nearly 10,000 FFA Alumni members across the state.