Central Valley members: We’re not saying you don’t have other things to do and your day isn’t busy. And we’re not suggesting that you don’t care what’s happening with the issues that affect your business. But we are suggesting that maybe you just haven’t gotten around yet to registering for one of our Central Valley Issues Forums being held on Thursday, June 18th in Fresno, Los Banos and Bakersfield.
Over 150 of your friends and competitors registered for our Central Coast Issues Forums last month. They heard from WG executive staff on key issues and asked the questions they had been waiting to ask. So now’s your chance.
SIGN UP TODAY for one of three 90-minute Issues Forums being held on Thursday, June 18, including a breakfast forum in Fresno, a luncheon forum in Los Banos and a dinner forum in Bakersfield.
Want to know more about immigration reform, labor and workplace regulations, water supply or food safety issues? Do you have questions on GMOs, health care, or ag tech issues? Do you know what state legislators, members of Congress and the administration officials are saying on the topics that concern you? This is your chance to get informed while enjoying a complimentary breakfast, lunch or dinner with your co-workers and fellow ag industry members.
Finally -- to make it a little more interesting -- WG will be conducting an informal presidential straw poll at each event so we can get an early read on who our members are favoring for the 2016 presidential election. Feeling excited about a particular candidate? Come on out and cast your ballot to let us know how you feel.
REGISTER NOW to attend at the location nearest you!
WG Issues Forums -- Thursday June 18
Breakfast Issues Forum -- Fresno
(Breakfast will be served)
8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.
2257 West Shaw Ave., Fresno 93711
Luncheon Issues Forum – Los Banos
(Lunch will be served)
12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
609 H St., Los Banos, 93635
Dinner Issues Forum -- Bakersfield
(Reception at 5:00; Dinner served at 5:30)
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
620 E. 19th St., Bakersfield, 93305
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