GFVGA Partnership for Growth Program

Jun 4, 2024
Georgia growers group launches industry partnership push

Working to bolster industry support, the Georgia Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association (GFVGA) has launched the Partnership for Growth Program.

The Partnership for Growth Program provides GFVGA industry champions the opportunity to support the work of GFVGA beyond the group’s annual membership dues.

“GFVGA provides year-round programs for the fruit and vegetable industry in the Southeast. To continue these programs now and in the future, we call on our industry partners for support,” according to a news release.

GFVGA Partnership for Growth Program

“The success of our educational, legislative, and marketing efforts is contingent on these investments by corporate partners, businesses, and individuals. In return, sponsors receive exclusive benefits and recognition as an industry leader in GFVGA publications and events,” according to the release.

Program levels and benefits include a variety of investment levels.

The program is an exclusive benefit for active GFVGA members.

Read more about the program here.

Those with questions about the program can contact Jennifer Walls, GFVGA’s director of membership, at jwalls@asginfo.net or 706-845-8200

Based in LaGrange, Georgia, the Georgia Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association is a grower trade group that provides a united voice for Southeast specialty crop farmers. GFVGA provides programs and services to the membership designed to increase production efficiencies, provide educational opportunities, promote new markets, monitor legislation, encourage applied research and improve communications between GFVGA members and industry suppliers. The organization began in 1996.


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