New OSA Members Will Be Entered to Win 50 Hours with Challenger Tractor
February 12, 2014 Ohio Soybean Association
WORTHINGTON, Ohio – The Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) is partnering with Ohio Ag Equipment this year to offer new OSA members the chance to win 50 hours on an MT600 Series Challenger tractor. This promotion is only good until March 1, 2014.
What do you have to do? Sign up at soyohio.org/membership as a first time member by March 1 and that’s it!
“There are 24,000 soybean farmers in Ohio and we would like every single one of them to be a member of OSA,” said Jerry Bambauer, OSA president and Auglaize County soybean farmer. “OSA provides leadership for Ohio soybean farmers on legislative issues like the farm bill, water quality, estate tax and so much more. But the work that we do is not possible without the support we have from our members. If you are not a member, take the time to learn more about our organization and sign up so your voice is heard both here in Columbus and in Washington, D.C.”
In addition to OSA’s partnership with Ohio Ag Equipment for new members, OSA offers a variety of membership incentives. These incentives include the Seed Incentive Program, biodiesel rebates, discounts at participating companies and subscriptions to Ohio agriculture publications. And all OSA members automatically become members of the American Soybean Association and receive those benefits.
“Ohio Ag Equipment is excited to partner with the Ohio Soybean Association and to help drive new membership. We look forward to meeting the winner and showing what the Challenger tractor can do,” said Courtney Bush, Marketing Manager for Ohio Ag Equipment.
To learn more about OSA membership and to sign up, visit soyohio.org/membership today.
About Ohio Soybean Association
The Ohio Soybean Association is governed by a volunteer farmer board dedicated to education and promotion, as well as to uniting producer interest through support of legislative activities beneficial to the Ohio soybean industry.
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