National Corn Growers Association President Pam Johnson says the times and locations of two major events offer farmers a unique opportunity that might not present itself again. February 24th is the opening NASCAR race of the 2013 season at Daytona International Speedway, followed on March 1st by the opening day of Commodity Classic in Kissimmee, Florida. In 2013 NASCAR will once again race on E15, 15 percent ethanol racing fuel.
Johnson believes – planning a trip that includes both events offers the chance to explore American Ethanol’s educational efforts and to learn about the NCGA policies and programs that promote their interests every single day. Commodity Classic events kickoff Thursday morning, March 1st as the trade show opens. Commodity Classic offers a variety of learning sessions, networking opportunities and an up-close look at the latest technology in the Trade Show and helps farmers prepare for a successful 2013.
Source: NAFB News Service