SDCA trade show offers entertainment, education
Plan to attend the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association (SDCA) Trade Show, scheduled for Dec. 8-10 at the Ramkota in Pierre, to network with vendors and learn about the latest products and services for beef producers.
“Our Trade Show features a diverse selection of companies, products, and services for cattlemen and women. It’s a great opportunity to meet key company personnel and mingle with industry experts. You may even find a new product or service to make your job easier,” said Corey Eberhart, SDCA Secretary/Treasurer.
Eberhart continued, “Our trade show provides a one-stop shopping and educational experience for convention attendees and is an integral part of the event. We appreciate the support of the vendors who commit their time to providing this service to our members.”
But the trade show isn’t all business, all the time. Trade Show exhibitors also contribute generously to the always-popular President’s Auction, held in the Trade Show on Wednesday evening. The live auction is a spirited event that raises funds to reimburse SDCA’s volunteer leaders for their expenses incurred while traveling on behalf of the association.
Eberhart noted, “With items ranging from vet supplies to home décor and everything in between, there is something for everyone in the Trade Show and the President’s Auction.”
Join us and get in the Christmas shopping spirit at the 67th Annual SDCA Convention and Trade Show Dec. 8-10, 2015 at the Ramkota in Pierre. Full details, including registration and hotel information, are available on SDCA’s website at http://www.sdcattlemen.org or call the office at 605-945-2333.
Vendors, there are trade show exhibit spaces still available! Contact Janna Reeves at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the SDCA office to reserve your space today.
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