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New York Times and # 1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The SPEED of Trust Stephen M.R. Covey to Keynote UnitedAg 39th Annual Conference, March 5-8 in Anaheim

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IRVINE, Calif., (AgPR) Nov. 30, 2018 – UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 850 organizations in California and Arizona, announced it will hold its 39thAnnual Meeting & Conference March 5-8 at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa in Anaheim, Calif. Themed “EmpowerU,” this year’s conference will feature industry experts addressing key issues facing the state’s agricultural businesses and community, including healthcare, water, labor, immigration, global economy and much more. Keynote speakers will include bestselling author Stephen M.R. Covey, Senior Vice President of Americanhort Craig Regelbrugge, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for The Phia Group Tim Callender and Professor / President Emeritus of The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics, Chapman University Dr. Jim Doti. More than 250 representatives from UnitedAg member organizations and partners, and other agricultural community leaders, are expected to attend.

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UnitedAg Announces the Expansion of Its Service Hours

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UnitedAg Announces the Expansion of Its Service Hours
As a recognized leader in providing health benefits for agriculture, UnitedAg is always looking to meet its members needs.

Irvine, CA (AgPR) Nov. 9, 2018 — Starting January 1st, UnitedAg will be expanding its hours of service from Monday through Saturday to serve the needs of its unique community.

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UnitedAg Awards Scholarships totaling $3,500.00 to Two Students in Orange County

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May 18, 2018

Two students in Orange County have received scholarship awards totaling $3,500.00.

UnitedAg awarded the scholarships after reviewing 86 submitted applications. Applicants submitted in addition to detailed information, an essay focused on the top issues impacting agriculture and new challenges and opportunities that farmers face every day.

UnitedAg is proud to announce the following winners:

  • Wei Kuo; UnitedAg; Irvine.
  • Shae Scarr; The Nunes Company; Salinas.

About UnitedAg

UnitedAg is a multi-commodity member-owned agricultural trade association dedicated to providing innovative solutions for a strong and healthy agricultural industry. Our over 800 agriculture affiliated member organizations network and share creative ways to transform our ever changing industry. UnitedAg strives to bring innovative solutions to agribusiness by meeting our member’s employee benefit needs, advocating for ag with lawmakers and helping members comply with regulations.

For further information, contact Maribel Ochoa at 800.223.4590

marketing@unitedag.org

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UnitedAg Awards $2,000 to student in Coachella Valley

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May 18, 2018

UnitedAg Awards $2,000 to Ryan Percy a student at Desert Christian Academy High School.

UnitedAg is proud to announce that it has awarded the Agribusiness Education Foundation Scholarship Award to Ryan Percy from Desert Christian Academy High School. The scholarship awarded will can be used towards room and board, tuition, books and other educational expenses. Beggining this summer, Ryan will be attending the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo to pursue a degree in agricultural engineering. Ryan is a member-affiliated student through Ocean Mist Farms a company headquartered in Castroville, California.

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UnitedAg Awards $24,000 to Fourteen Students in San Luis Obispo and neighboring Counties

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UnitedAg awards $24,000 to Fourteen Students in San Luis Obispo and Neighboring Counties

April 26, 2018

Fourteen students in San Luis Obispo and neighboring Counties have received scholarship awards totaling $24,000.00

UnitedAg awarded the scholarships after reviewing 86 submitted applications. Applicants submitted in addition to detailed information, an essay focused on the top issues impacting agriculture and new challenges and opportunities that farmers face every day.

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UnitedAg awards $31,000 to thirty-six students Monterey and neighboring County Students

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UnitedAg awards $31,000 to Thirty-Six Students in Monterey and neighboring Counties

Thirty-six Students in Monterey and neighboring Counties have received scholarship awards totaling $31,000. UnitedAg awarded the scholarships after reviewing 86 submitted applications. Applicants submitted in addition to detailed information, an essay focused on top issues impacting agriculture and new challenges and opportunities that farmers face every day.

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UnitedAg awards $15,250 to Seventeen Students in Tulare and neighboring Counties

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UnitedAg awards $15,250 to Seventeen Students in Tulare and neighboring Counties

April 25, 2018

Seventeen students in Tulare and neighboring Counties have received scholarship awards totaling $15,250.00

UnitedAg awarded the scholarships after reviewing 86 submitted applications. Applicants submitted in addition to detailed information, an essay focused on top issues impacting agriculture and new challenges and opportunities that farmers face every day.

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UnitedAg Awards Record $100,250 in Scholarships to 86 Deserving Students

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IRVINE, Calif., (AgPR) March. 28, 2018 – UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 800 organizations in California and Arizona, announced today that it has awarded a record $100,250 in scholarships to 86 students from its member-affiliated agricultural families statewide. Provided through UnitedAg’s Agribusiness Education Foundation (AEF), the 2018 awards raise the organization’s historical scholarship total to over $1.4 million since AEF was founded in 2000. To date, 805 agricultural family members have received UnitedAg’s assistance in achieving their educational goals and aspirations. Previous UnitedAg scholarship winners have earned degrees and taken their place in management, government, market development and foreign trade, with many working in agribusiness.

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