|Dates||December 5 2012|
|City||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Contact Name||Adele Buettner|
|Summary||The couple’s interactive, hands-on afternoon workshop features tips on:|
• Creating your own ‘elevator speech’ to succinctly tell your story in a way that resonates with your audience.
• Developing your key messages to quickly organize your thoughts, if you’re asked to do a media interview or speaking engagement.
• Using social media, including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, to share your story effectively.
• Developing a plan to advocate for agriculture, as a participant in the industry.
|Sponsors||Sponsors as of August 16, 2012:|
Farm Animal Council of Saskatchewan
Department of Animal and Poultry Science, College of Agriculture and Bioresources, U of S
Prairie Swine Centre Inc.
|Main Body||Ranchers Troy and Stacy Hadrick, two of North America’s most influential agricultural advocates, empower those involved with farming and food production to speak up by providing the tools, practice time and confidence to talk to consumers and the media. When presenting ‘Using Your Influential Muscles’ to international audiences, they enable workshop participants to effectively tell the positive story of their agricultural business to non-farmers.|
|Schedule||1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.|
|Fees||Early Bird registration fee is $55.00 (GST included) until November 30, 2012 and after November 30, 2012 the fee is $75.00 (GST included). |