Team SI advances to the National Agri-Marketing Awards for work done with John Deere dealers

Written by Team SI on Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Little Rock, Ark. (Jan. 24, 2018) – Team SI was recognized by the Mid-South Chapter of the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) at its 2018 Best of NAMA Awards ceremony Monday, Jan. 22. The firm received two awards from the chapter and will be advancing to Nationals in Kansas City this April. 

"Data is ket in today's marketing world, said Tim Whitley, CEO and co-founder of Team SI. “We’re able to help our agriculture and equipment clients better utilize data and better target potential customers at the right time with the right frequency. We are so privileged that our clients give us the opportunity to position their brands and dealerships for success.”

The Best of NAMA awards program honors the best work in agricultural communications. We received these awards on behalf of our clients in the agricultural industry, including Everglades Equipment and RDO Equipment Co., both John Deere Equipment dealers. This was the firm’s first time entering in the Best of NAMA Awards.

The awards included:

 Social Media Campaign: Regional Merit – Everglades Equipment “Who We Are” Campaign

 Website: Regional 1st Place – RDO Equipment CO.

The Mid-South Chapter Best of NAMA Awards included 15 companies and nine agencies. A full list of winners can be found here. The Mid-South Chapter of NAMA competes in Region V, which includes entries from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Louisiana.

About NAMA & the Mid-South Chapter

National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) is the nation’s largest professional association for professionals in marketing and agribusiness. NAMA keeps its members on top of what’s current in the agri-marketing industry and ahead of trends. National and chapter meetings and seminars address critical issues such as marketing communications, product/species management, public relations and sales.


 


 


 


 

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