BouMatic, the largest U.S.-based, globally operating dairy equipment company, will sponsor the University of Wisconsin-Platteville's Pioneer National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) Chapter to the national NAMA product marketing competition.
"We appreciate BouMatic's contribution to Pioneer NAMA, UW-Platteville," states Abigail Fink, Pioneer NAMA President. "BouMatic's support made it possible for us to attend the competition this year."
BouMatic's President, Todd DeMonte states, "BouMatic is proud to sponsor such an outstanding group of students at this important event. Our company recognizes the significant role these competitions play in preparing young people for their future careers in agriculture. We are confident the Pioneer NAMA Chapter will skillfully represent BouMatic and its products."
The Pioneer NAMA Chapter will present, and be evaluated on, a comprehensive marketing strategy for BouMatic's AMI 5450 Detacher, an innovative new milk yield indicator released in early 2014. The Pioneer NAMA Chapter was recognized as a national finalist for their work at the 2013 national competition. The 2014 contest will take place in Jacksonville, FL on April 8-10.
In 2014, BouMatic celebrates 75 years of helping dairy farmers harvest milk gently, quickly and completely. The company serves dairy operators in more than 45 countries and employs 400 people worldwide. Its global headquarters are in Madison, WI, USA. To learn more about BouMatic, visit: www.boumatic.com.