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EO Media Events announces 2019 Northwest Ag Show

The 49th edition of the event will focus on the emerging trends in the ag industry such as small farming, technology and education.

Capital Press

Published on March 8, 2018 10:22AM

Last changed on March 8, 2018 11:02AM

The 49th Northwest Ag Show will be Jan. 16-18, at the Oregon State Fair & Exhibition Center in Salem.

The 49th Northwest Ag Show will be Jan. 16-18, at the Oregon State Fair & Exhibition Center in Salem.

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SALEM — EO Media Events, LLC , has announced the 2019 Northwest Ag Show will be Jan. 16-18, at the Oregon State Fair & Exhibition Center.

The 49th edition of the event will focus on the emerging trends in the ag industry such as small farming, technology and education. It will provide useful information to attendees regarding equipment, best practices, job training and state-sanctioned certifications as well as legal and financial issues facing large-scale and smaller-scale farming.

“We are pleased to offer vendors and attendees a new experience designed to celebrate the importance of agriculture and agriculture-related businesses in our region,” said Heidi Wright, chief operating officer of EO Media Group, owners of EO Media Events, LLC, and the Capital Press. “The all-new show will build upon the legacy of the event founded by Jim and Shirley Heater and continued by long-time managers Amy and Mike Patrick.”

In addition to a new location, the show will also be held in mid-January to coincide with the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce’s SAIF Agri-Business Banquet on Friday, Jan. 18. These two events will form the foundation of an Ag Week celebration for the Salem area.

The Capital Press and its sister EO Media Group publications will market the event throughout the year with a comprehensive campaign across Oregon and the Northwest through print, online, social media, database marketing and partnerships with other organizations.

More information about the show can be found at NWAgShow.com.



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