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Before even coming to Expo, which takes place Oct. 16-18, the show’s website is the best place to visit.

McKenzie Lewis

October 3, 2018

2 Min Read

Sunbelt Ag Expo 2018 is more user-friendly than ever thanks to an updated mobile app that puts showground maps, exhibitor lists, and more all in the palm of your hands, plus a website with exciting new features, including online advance ticket purchases.

Before even coming to Expo, which takes place Oct. 16-18 this year, the show’s website is the best place to visit. With its simple layout and easy- to-use design, you can plan your trip to Expo with information such as directions to the show, places to stay during your visit, and a map showing what’s where on over 100-acre exhibit. You’ll also find answers to frequently asked questions about pets, outside food, and ATV vehicles.

New on the website this year is the ability to buy tickets online. You can purchase individual tickets, or in bulk for groups larger than 10. Individual tickets, originally $10, can be purchased at a discounted price of $8 if you provide a farm profile. This new feature making the process of buying and distributing tickets much smoother.

After planning your trip online, the next step is to download the official Sunbelt Expo App. Powered by Southeast Farm Press, it allows you to access all the information you’ll need while attending Expo. At your fingertips, you can access maps, find information about speakers, and even get the day’s weather. Farm Press Publisher Greg Frey says, “The Sunbelt Expo App has several new enhancements for 2018 that will allow farmers and other attendees to enhance their Expo experience. Sunbelt Ag Expo, North America’s Premier Farm Show, and Southeast Farm Press have again teamed up to provide the best-in-class show app in the country. With its new technology and enhanced features, it’s a must-have app for the week of October 15  — and throughout 2018 and 2019 to get breaking news about Southeast agriculture.”

Users can download the app for year-long access at both the Apple Store and the Google Play Store.

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