GEAPS seeking input for Exchange 2013

by World Grain Staff
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MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, U.S. — The Grain Elevator and Processing Society’s (GEAPS) Educational Programming Committee (EPC) is asking all GEAPS members to help with planning for Exchange 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.

The EPC is looking for ideas for the exchange educational program — topics that people in the grain-operations industry would find useful and interesting.

"The committee tries hard to offer relevant, practical information, but to do that we need input," said EPC Chairman Ed Zdrojewski, Cornbelt Chapter. "All we are asking is for people to jot down their ideas and e-mail them in, or to use our online survey, which makes it even easier."

Suggestions from GEAPS members will account for a large majority of the educational programming at the exchange.

"It's a great opportunity to influence what topics will be addressed in Louisville," Zdrojewski said. "Your ideas are vital to the process."

To submit a session topic, fill out the online survey by May 1. Suggestions also can be e-mailed  to Chuck House, staff liaison to the GEAPS Educational Programming Committee, at chuck@geaps.com.

 

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