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2013 March Classic - Grain Farmers of Ontario

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2013 March Classic - Grain Farmers of Ontario

Time: March 18, 2013 all day
Location: London Convention Centre
Website or Map: http://www.gfo.ca/marchclassi…
Event Type: gfo, march, classic
Organized By: Grain Farmers of Ontario
Latest Activity: Mar 7, 2013

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The March Classic is the largest grain-focused conference in Eastern Canada drawing upwards of 500 attendees from government, industry, and farms across Ontario. Building on the huge success of the 2012 conference, Grain Farmers of Ontario has developed an even bigger and better event for 2013 with speakers discussing issues ofpolitics, grain markets and succession planning. This is an event you won’t want to miss!

There will be two early-bird draws for those who pre-register. 

Register by January 31st to be entered to win a $25 preferred price gas card and a bottle of Collingwood whisky.

Register by February 28th to be entered to win a $25 preferred price gas card (note: January registrations will be included in this draw as well)

Contact Grain Farmers of Ontario at 1-800-265-0550 x209 for more information. Please make cheques payable to Grain Farmers of Ontario. Registration can be made online at the top right of this page.

To book a hotel room at the Hilton call 519 439-1661 and reference group code GFI. Online booking is also availablehere.

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