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Cooperative funding programs continue to build demand for American lamb

From raising media awareness to grocery retail promotions to prestigious chef events, programs launched under the ALB’s Cooperative Funding banner are helping to get American lamb noticed across the country. Both the Matching Grant and the Supplier Cooperative Funding programs are designed to further the goals and objectives of ALB’s strategic plan and leverage funds to promote American lamb.

“We recognize that its often tough for businesses to single-handedly bring new products to market and promote current product offerings,” said Megan Wortman, Executive Director for the ALB. “Partnering with Supplier and Industry organizations has allowed us to leverage thousands of dollars to promote innovation and growth within our industry.”

Designed to fund projects and activities that promote American lamb, both programs require a dollar-for-dollar cash match. The Industry Matching Grant program awards funds to projects and activities that form collaborative partnerships between suppliers, first handlers, retailers, promotions and festivals, research and education entities and foodservice operators while the Supplier Cooperative Funding Program encourages American lamb suppliers to promote American lamb products in the retail and/or foodservice sector.

From raising media awareness to grocery retail promotions to prestigious chef events, programs launched under the ALB’s Cooperative Funding banner are helping to get American lamb noticed across the country. Both the Matching Grant and the Supplier Cooperative Funding programs are designed to further the goals and objectives of ALB’s strategic plan and leverage funds to promote American lamb.

“We recognize that its often tough for businesses to single-handedly bring new products to market and promote current product offerings,” said Megan Wortman, Executive Director for the ALB. “Partnering with Supplier and Industry organizations has allowed us to leverage thousands of dollars to promote innovation and growth within our industry.”

Designed to fund projects and activities that promote American lamb, both programs require a dollar-for-dollar cash match. The Industry Matching Grant program awards funds to projects and activities that form collaborative partnerships between suppliers, first handlers, retailers, promotions and festivals, research and education entities and foodservice operators while the Supplier Cooperative Funding Program encourages American lamb suppliers to promote American lamb products in the retail and/or foodservice sector.

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From raising media awareness to grocery retail promotions to prestigious chef events, programs launched under the ALB’s Cooperative Funding banner are helping to get American lamb noticed across the country. Both the Matching Grant and the Supplier Cooperative Funding programs are designed to further the goals and objectives of ALB’s strategic plan and leverage funds to promote American lamb.

“We recognize that its often tough for businesses to single-handedly bring new products to market and promote current product offerings,” said Megan Wortman, Executive Director for the ALB. “Partnering with Supplier and Industry organizations has allowed us to leverage thousands of dollars to promote innovation and growth within our industry.”

Designed to fund projects and activities that promote American lamb, both programs require a dollar-for-dollar cash match. The Industry Matching Grant program awards funds to projects and activities that form collaborative partnerships between suppliers, first handlers, retailers, promotions and festivals, research and education entities and foodservice operators while the Supplier Cooperative Funding Program encourages American lamb suppliers to promote American lamb products in the retail and/or foodservice sector.

From raising media awareness to grocery retail promotions to prestigious chef events, programs launched under the ALB’s Cooperative Funding banner are helping to get American lamb noticed across the country. Both the Matching Grant and the Supplier Cooperative Funding programs are designed to further the goals and objectives of ALB’s strategic plan and leverage funds to promote American lamb.

“We recognize that its often tough for businesses to single-handedly bring new products to market and promote current product offerings,” said Megan Wortman, Executive Director for the ALB. “Partnering with Supplier and Industry organizations has allowed us to leverage thousands of dollars to promote innovation and growth within our industry.”

Designed to fund projects and activities that promote American lamb, both programs require a dollar-for-dollar cash match. The Industry Matching Grant program awards funds to projects and activities that form collaborative partnerships between suppliers, first handlers, retailers, promotions and festivals, research and education entities and foodservice operators while the Supplier Cooperative Funding Program encourages American lamb suppliers to promote American lamb products in the retail and/or foodservice sector.