ST. LOUIS — Exhibit space at the 2020 Commodity Classic in San Antonio is rapidly reaching sell-out status with more than 380 companies and more than 2,100 booth spaces already committed. A limited number of prime visibility booths have just reopened and are expected to sell quickly.
The 2020 Commodity Classic will be held Feb. 27-29, 2020, at the Henry B. Gonzáles Convention Center. Commodity Classic is America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused agricultural and educational experience.
Exhibitors who commit prior to January 10, 2020, will maximize exposure by being included in the printed onsite program. Additional benefits include a listing in the Commodity Classic mobile app and an online floor plan, the opportunity to purchase the farmer attendee list with demographics for use in pre-show marketing, and selection from among a variety of “beyond the booth” sponsorship options.
The 2019 show in Orlando drew the third-largest crowd in the event’s history (9,120) and the second-largest group of farmers (4,528). Importantly, the 2019 show attracted the largest number of non-exhibitor first-time attendees in history at 1,918 as well as 139 key ag media representatives.
Commodity Classic brings top farmers from across the nation who are the early adopters, thought-leaders and innovators in agriculture. Attendee data from 2019 indicated that the average farmer at Commodity Classic farmed 3,136 acres and represented $1.63 million in total gross farm income.
Commodity Classic provides farmers with a unique combination of outstanding education, top-notch speakers, technology and innovation, a huge trade show, entertainment and the opportunity to network with thousands of farmers from across the nation.
For information on exhibiting at the 2020 Commodity Classic—including the trade show floor plan, contract documents and booth costs —go to www.CommodityClassic.com. Click on the “For Exhibitors” tab on the main menu.
For more information, contact the Commodity Classic Trade Show at 636.745.3008 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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