Thursday, January 5, 2017

Support Applicator Education // Aquatic Weed Control Short Course


Happy New Year!
Support Applicator Education - Sponsor Today!





The Aquatic Weed Control Short Course is a tremendous educational program that would not be possible without the financial support of organizations such as yours. Sponsoring the Short Course increases your brand recognition and exposure to more than 400 applicators in person, and 5000+ applicators via digital and printed publicity announcements. We invite you to support this training, engage with your industry, and network with your customers!

Multiple sponsorship levels are available. Find the one that best suits your company.

Commit by March 1st and your company will be recognized as a sponsor in our printed announcement mailed to 4,000 licensed applicators in the state of Florida!


Sponsorship Benefits Include: 

  • Tabletop display space
  • Complimentary registration(s)
  • Access to 400+ qualified applicators
  • Exposure to 5000+ certified applicators via publicity
  • Participation in course sessions and CEU offerings
  • Speaking opportunity at the Short Course (Gold and Silver sponsors only). 
  • Recognition as a supporter of the largest and longest-running Aquatic Weed Control conference in the world.





Thank You to Our First Sponsors!

Silver Level Sponsor

General Level Sponsor



Wish to learn more about the Short Course? 


This meeting is organized by the University of Florida | IFAS


Office of Conferences & Institutes (OCI).

OCI is a full service conference planning division dedicated to assisting groups that support the IFAS mission "to develop knowledge in agriculture, natural resources, and the environment, and to make that knowledge accessible to sustain and enhance the quality of human life." | Registration Questions Call: 352-392-5930

Mandy Stage | Short Course Coordinator | 








UF/IFAS OCI, PO Box 110750, Bldg. 78 Mowry Road, Gainesville, FL 32611




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