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Sponsorship Opportunities

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Sponsorship of the Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture & Natural Resources will give your organization valuable exposure to faculty, staff, students, industry professionals and researchers from both the private and public sector. Your participation in the conference can have a positive effect on the future of your organization, as the availability of your products and services will be publicized to those who attend and more.

Why Should you Sponsor

As a participating sponsor, your organization will have the opportunity to increase awareness of your organization, make contacts with potential new customers and establish connections with statisticians and researchers.

How to Become a Sponsor

Refer to the table below to confirm your preferred sponsorship level and associated benefits. If you are interested in contributing to the conference in a way not listed in our sponsorship options, we would be happy to create a custom sponsorship option to best fit your organization.  Either way, please contact Bruce Craig at bacraig@purdue.edu for payment instructions.  Once payment is confirmed, you will receive a sponsor confirmation email. This confirmation will also contain specific instructions on how to provide your logo for recognition purposes. As soon as we receive your logo file, it will be added to the web site for immediate recognition.Sponsorship table

NOTE: All sponsor representatives are required to register for the conference.

Sponsorships received by Friday, March 31, 2023 will be recognized in conference publications. Sponsorships received afterwards may not meet printing deadlines. Contact Bruce Craig immediately if sponsorship commitment is after April 2nd.

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