Alliance to Host 12th Annual Stakeholders Summit in May25 February 2013
US - Early registration is now available for the Animal Agriculture Alliance’s 12th annual Stakeholders Summit, to be held 1-2 May in Arlington, Virginia.
This year, the Alliance’s showcase event will explore the theme of "Activists at the Door: Protecting Animals, Farms, Food and Consumer Confidence."
The Summit is a one-of-a-kind conference that is attended by a diverse group of decision makers, including representatives from farms, ranches, food processors, restaurants, grocery stores, legislators, universities and government agencies. The Alliance welcomes Tom Brand, Executive Director of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting, as the 2013 Summit moderator.
Video and audio recordings from the 2012 Summit are available online. The 2012 Summit explored the role tradition and technology play in modern agriculture. Here's what attendees had to say about Summit:
"Thought provoking, insightful speakers and discussion."
"Overall, a simply fantastic program!"
"I loved every minute of it!"
"The Stakeholders Summit is an excellent place for networking and to align efforts!"
"I was very impressed with the cross-section of speakers and attendees."
Early registration for the one-and-a-half day event is $325 for Alliance members and $375 for non-members, $275 for those in government or academia. Media and students interested in registering should contact Emily Meredith. Registration materials and a full event schedule (as of 15 February 2013) can be found on the Summit website.
The Summit will again be held at the Westin Arlington Gateway Hotel. Rooms are available at a special group rate of $249 per night on the hotel’s website or by calling (703) 717-6200. Conveniently located in the Ballston neighborhood of Arlington, the hotel is within walking distance of the Ballston Metro Station and just four miles away from Reagan National Airport.
For general questions about the Summit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (703) 562-5160.
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