April 14, 2011
AdFarm's Roger Reierson Honored as 2011 NAMA Marketer of the Year
KANSAS CITY, Mo - (April 14, 2011) Roger Reierson, AdFarm's President and Chairman has been named the 2011 NAMA Marketer of the Year. Roger received the award this morning during the 2011 Agri-Marketing Conference in Kansas City.
This award is NAMA's most prestigious honor. Accorded to active members of the association, the Marketer of the Year award honors outstanding accomplishments in the field of agri-marketing.
Roger has played a key role in the growth of AdFarm, from its humble beginnings in the early 1990s to now one of North America's largest marketing communications firms focused on agriculture. Originating from two locations in Calgary, Alberta, and Fargo, N.D., AdFarm has grown to include offices in Guelph, Ontario, Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo., and Sacramento, Cali. Additionally, numerous AdFarm employees serve clients remotely throughout North America.
Roger's vision, leadership and charisma generate energy to get things done and make things grow. His passion for the work is admirable, his commitment infectious and his energy envious. These abilities have benefited clients, organizations, peers and associates, as well as the companies with which he is directly involved.
Roger's history with NAMA runs deep. He was part of a core group who established the Northern Prairie Chapter in 1986. During the Chapter's early years, he served as President, then again from 2006 to 2009. He has also served as a Regional Director, was a national conference committee member and has participated on numerous chapter and national committees.
AdFarm, a full-service marketing communications agency, is committed to the advancement of agriculture. Its strong connections within the ag industry yield deeper insights, resulting in more focused and higher-impact solutions for its clients. With more than 100 employees, it has offices in Calgary, Alberta; Guelph, Ontario; Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo; Fargo, N.D.; and Sacramento, Cali. For more information, or to follow AdFarm's "Around the Farm" blog, visit http://adfarmonline.com/.
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