2022 Commodity Classic Exhibit Space Still Available for Nearly Sold-Out Show
(Posted Oct. 15th 2021 at 1:27 PM by: Kris Martinez)
2022 Commodity Classic Exhibit Space Still Available for
Nearly Sold-Out Show
October 15, 2021 Deadline for Educational Session Proposals
ST. LOUIS, MO (October 5, 2021) — Sign up now to exhibit at America’s largest farmer-led agricultural and educational experience while space is available. There is still time for exhibitors to submit a proposal by October 15 to sponsor “What’s New” and “Mini What’s New” sessions.
Commodity Classic is excited to bring the agriculture industry together again in-person March 10-12, 2022, in New Orleans for the annual showcase of ag technology, crop production science, marketing intelligence, and farm innovation.
“As in past years, the Commodity Classic trade show floor is nearly sold out,” says Kristi Burmeister, Commodity Classic Trade Show Manager. “We do have some exhibit space left for companies who are looking to reach the world’s top producers who are serious about investing in their farming operations.”
Additionally, agricultural companies looking to showcase their latest technologies or launch new products are encouraged to sponsor educational sessions at the show. All 2022 exhibiting companies are invited to submit proposals by October 15 to sponsor one or more “What’s New” 30-minute presentations and “Mini What’s New” sessions: 5-minute, back-to-back presentations in a fast-paced 90-minute window.
These educational opportunities are designed for new and emerging companies looking to introduce ideas and technology to a captive audience of early adopters. Available booth space and educational session information can be found at www.CommodityClassic.com.
Registration and housing for the 2022 Commodity Classic will open in mid-November 2021. Attendees can sign up now to receive email updates at CommodityClassic.com. Watch social media for additional details.
Established in 1996, Commodity Classic is presented annually by the American Soybean Association, National Corn Growers Association, National Association of Wheat Growers, National Sorghum Producers, and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.