If you can’t commit to all three days at the 2020 Commodity Classic in San Antonio, never fear! One-day registrations can provide a robust experience of education, new equipment and technology, entertainment and the opportunity to network with thousands of fellow farmers from across the nation.
The 2020 Commodity Classic will be held Thursday, Feb. 27 through Saturday, Feb. 29 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.
One-day registration provides admission to all applicable events and educational sessions scheduled for that day including educational sessions, the trade show, the Main Stage on the trade show floor, and other daily activities.
Registration is available in advance at www.CommodityClassic.com through February 19.
Attendees can also register on-site during the event.
Thursday registration includes a wide range of educational sessions and technical presentations, the Early Riser session on grain marketing, the grand opening of the huge trade show, access to the trade show, and programming on the Main Stage on the trade show floor.
Friday registration includes the General Session featuring inspirational speaker and former fighter pilot Lt. Col. Waldo Waldman and other on-stage presentations, the early morning live taping of U.S. Farm Report, trade show access, the Main Stage programs, and a wide range of educational sessions and technical presentations. Attendance at Friday’s association banquets for the American Soybean Association and the National Corn Growers Association that evening is available at an extra charge, providing space is still available.
Saturday registration includes the Early Riser session on grain marketing, educational sessions and technical presentations, trade show access, programming on the Main Stage, the closing learning center session on grain marketing, and admission to the Evening of Entertainment featuring country music’s Montgomery Gentry. The trade show closes at noon that day.
Registration fees vary depending on the day you choose to attend. Full registration is also still available and covers all three days of the event. Members of the sponsoring commodity associations receive additional discounts on both full and one-day registrations.
A detailed schedule of events is available on the website.
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