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NAMA introduces new student sales competition

The competition will be April 9, 2019, in Kansas City.

A new competition for student members of the National Agri-Marketing Association will be held in conjunction with the 2019 Agri-Marketing Conference in Kansas City. The competition will be April 9, 2019.

The Student NAMA Sales Competition is an individual sales call skills challenge. With this competition, NAMA hopes to promote the sales profession as a viable career option for college graduates and furnish a venue for talented and qualified students to exhibit their selling skills.

“NAMA is continuously looking for innovative ways to benefit our professional and student members and we believe this will be a great addition to the student program,” said Jennifer Pickett, NAMA Executive Vice President/CEO. “We feel this competition will have broad appeal across ag companies and media, as well as with NAMA students.”

GROWMARK, Inc. is the premier sponsor for this year’s competition.

This program will be offered in addition to the annual Student Marketing Competition. More details will be available soon. Check the NAMA website for more information. 

Source: NAMA

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