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POSTPONEMENT - Rural Legislative Forum
We deeply regret, due to unavoidable circumstances, the Rural Legislative Forum scheduled initially for Tuesday, December 19th, 2017 is now postponed. The forum has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 15th, 2018. Please watch greenseam.org/events for further details. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.
For those who have already registered, your reservation will be transferred to the new date. If the new date does not work, please contact our office for a full refund. For assistance, contact Susan Jameson at 507.385.6640 or email@example.com.
“The timing of issues at the federal level have prevented our key speakers from being able to commit to this event,” said Director of GreenSeam, Sam Ziegler. “We are dedicated to making the Rural Legislative Forum a premier event in the GreenSeam region. We hope everyone who was going to attend can still join us in February.”
The GreenSeam is a grassroots initiative, created by countless businesses and professionals from southern Minnesota and northern Iowa and lead by Greater Mankato Growth. This initiative exists to build on existing ag business prominence maximizing a growing economic marketplace in order to be the premier ag business epicenter in the United States – the most diverse, balanced and sustainable. It is a place that is agriculturally relevant, responsive and diverse. Learn more at greenseam.org.
About Greater Mankato Growth, Inc.
Greater Mankato Growth (GMG) is committed to advancing business for a stronger community. As the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development organization serving the regional marketplace, GMG advances business through: existing business support, new business growth, business promotion, talent development, public affairs, community marketing, visitor attraction and servicing and civic engagement. Greater Mankato Growth, Inc. also includes two LLCs: Visit Mankato, which focuses on visitor attraction and servicing, and the City Center Partnership, LLC, which focuses on development in the City Center.