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SPEAKER: John Szczepanski, US Forage Export Council
TOPIC: "Hay Exports"
DATE: Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
TIME: 11:30 am Reception / 12:00 pm Lunch
WHERE: Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST: $30 per person / $40 at the door
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Transportation Club of Seattle
January Bob Donegan - President of Ivar's
February Roger Millar - Secretary of Transportation, Washington DOT
March Terry Howard - President of Carlile
April Patrick Boss - Public Affairs with Port of Quincy
May Lance Lyttle - Aviation Director with Port of Seattle
June John Szczepanski, US Forage Export Counci
July Annual TCS Golf Tournament
August No Meeting - Summer Break
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About the Speaker
- Stands for safe forage backed by high standards, from the field through storage
and processing, to shipment to overseas customers.
- Is recognized by US and foreign entities as the “GO TO” organization
representing the broad interests of the US forage export industry.
- Is an official Cooperator with the US Department of Agriculture, accessing federal
funds to open and expand markets, as well as conduct research and promotion.
- Partners with other organizations to maintain and expand global agricultural
trade, including the Agriculture Transportation Coalition and other US commodity
- Is a collaborative effort of businesses dedicated to the health of the export forage
industry, all contributing a wide range of experiences and expertise.