Three IPE Exhibitors Recognized for Long-Term Exhibiting Tenure at 2014 IPPE
Have been exhibiting for 50 or more years
Atlanta, Ga. – U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) recognized three companies that have been exhibiting for 50 or more years at the International Poultry Expo (IPE), part of the 2014 International Production & Processing Expo. Elton Maddox, Wayne Farms, Oakwood, Ga., and newly elected chairman of USPOULTRY, and James Adams, Wenger Feeds, Rheems, Pa., and past chairman of USPOULTRY, presented plaques to each company in acknowledgement of their long-term exhibiting tenure.
VAL-CO was recognized for 60 years of exhibiting at IPE. Poultry Times was recognized for 55 years of exhibiting at IPE, and Hy-Line International was recognized for 50 years of exhibiting at IPE.
“Your support of the International Poultry Expo has allowed the poultry industry to grow and advance, as we have invested show revenues back into the industry. We sincerely thank you for your continued support,” commented Maddox.
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