Associations Assist Dairy Farmers in Storm’s Aftermath

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storm of 2015, killed dozens of people, but it also killed tens of thousands of cows throughout New Mexico and Texas. A winter storm named Goliath has milk producers throughout Texas and New Mexico picking up the pieces, and the associations that represent them are looking to help out.

Association Supply Chain Advocacy

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Industry Brainstorming – Creating new and unique activities for the Supply Chain to collaborate and create a growth focused business environment. In a dynamic global economy, new impediments and opportunities will continually surface.

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Monday Buzz: Is Joining Easy?

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On the MemberClicks blog, Callie Walker notes that it’s essential to consider these points—otherwise a failure to design with potential new members in mind could cost you. “If It’s important to design your association’s website so potential members can take quick action.

How Associations Are Telling Their Stories

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Sometimes it involves a name change, sometimes a refreshed look and feel, and sometimes it may involve adding a new feature or resource. The Ohio Craft Brewers Association unveiled a new logo this week. In other words, the new logo and design are helping OCBA better tell its story.

Partnerships Take Affordable Food Program Nationwide

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Last week nine states received federal funding to run the Double Up Food Bucks program, which the Fair Food Network originally started in Michigan to give individuals on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) an extra dollar for every dollar spent—up to $20—at participating markets.

Conference Circuit: A Fresh Helping for Produce Professionals

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Before heading to the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit Convention & Expo, taking place October 17-19 in Anaheim, California, attendees can get a taste of who’s going to be there.

State Dealers Groups, Tesla Motors Find Room for Compromise

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The company, which is looking to invest $4 billion to $5 billion in a “gigafactory” that would produce lithium-ion batteries, is looking to build in one of four states—Arizona, Texas, Nevada, or New Mexico.

11.24.10 #SMfastfwd: a recap

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Kelly from the Albuquerque, New Mexico CVB (@ see_Albuquerque ). marocmama : I’ve found that by reading and meeting new people and seeing how they are using SM has been big for me # SMfastfwd 5:24 pm. I went to learn about open space format and came away with a ton of new friends on Twitter. Geo-marketing. TahiraCreates : we are so new to SM that it is all evolving. agency on new tech, apps, etc.