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Vendor space available at annual Nacogdoches County ag banquet
The Nacogdoches County Agriculture Committee invites businesses to exhibit at the 16th Annual Agriculture Appreciation & Awareness Banquet presented by TFP Nutrition. The event begins at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 10 at the Nacogdoches County Exposition & Civic Center.
“The annual agriculture banquet attracts more than 300 attendees from the County,” said event Chairman Angela Shannon, Texas Farm Credit. “All have ties to the local ag industry and make major contributions to our economic growth.”
Banquet guests will enjoy a social hour before the program to browse exhibits. All attending will hear an annual agriculture report delivered by David Alders and learn more about the four award recipients who will be honored at the event. The Gary and Sue Atkins Agricultural Scholarship Awards will also be presented to Nacogdoches County students.
Participating vendors will have space available for a variety of display sizes.
“The civic center offers room for a variety of displays, so vendors are able to show products and services without a great deal of space restrictions and there is no charge to exhibit,” Shannon said. “However, we do need to know if a business is interested in being a vendor by April 6 for logistics planning.”
To reserve vendor space, contact Brittnie Barton at Texas Farm Credit, 936-585-6065.
The Nacogdoches County Agriculture Committee is made up of representatives from the following: Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce, TFP Nutrition, Texas Farm Credit, Nacogdoches County Farm Bureau, Nacogdoches Convention and Visitors Bureau, Nacogdoches Economic Development Corp., Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Cooperative Extension Program, Pineywoods RC&D, Stephen F. Austin State University – Agriculture Department and the Texas Forest Service.