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Nominate soybean leaders for leadership awards

Submit your nominations online through Oct. 14, 2019

During the American Soybean Association’s annual awards banquet, individuals will be recognized and honored for state association volunteerism, distinguished leadership achievements and long-term, significant contributions to the soybean industry. You are invited to submit nominations online through Oct. 14, 2019. For more information and to submit nominations, click here.

The Recognition Awards categories:

  • ASA Outstanding State Volunteer Award–Recognizes the dedication and contributions of individuals who have given at least three-years of volunteer service in any area of the state soybean association operation.
  • ASA Distinguished Leadership Award–Distinguished and visionary leadership of ASA or a state soybean association is recognized with this award to either a soybean grower-leader or association staff leader with at least five-years of leadership service.
  • ASA Pinnacle Award–An industry-wide recognition of those individuals who have demonstrated the highest level of contribution and lifetime leadership within the soybean family and industry.

A judging committee will be assigned to make the final selections.

Recipients will receive their awards at the ASA Awards Banquet on Feb. 28, 2020, in San Antonio, Texas, at Commodity Classic.

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