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Culver's will cover fee for 250 FFA members to attend NCBA meeting

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The FFA Day sponsorship is made possible through Culver’s Thank You Farmers Project.

Through the Thank You Farmers Project, Culver’s will cover registration fees for the first 250 FFA members and advisors who register to attend the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Trade Show on Feb. 2 in Phoenix, Arizona. Registrants need to use the promotion code FFACULVERS at convention.beefusa for free registration.

“NCBA’s trade show gives agricultural students an opportunity to network with professionals and learn more about the beef industry,” said Jessie Kreke, senior marketing manager at Culver’s. “We are so honored to help these future leaders connect with others in an industry they are passionate about.”

FFA members are encouraged to wear their Official Dress as they attend the trade show, learn about careers within the beef industry, network and enjoy Culver’s Fresh Frozen Custard at the Blue Jacket Custard Social from 3 to 4 p.m.

The FFA Day sponsorship is made possible through Culver’s Thank You Farmers Project, which is focused on making sure we have enough wholesome food to serve our growing population by supporting agricultural education programs that encourage smart farming. To date, the Thank You Farmers Project has raised over $1.7 million in support of the National FFA Organization and Foundation, local FFA chapters and a variety of local agricultural organizations.

Source: Culver's

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