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The Indiana Soybean Alliance offers a Corporate Partner Program that includes benefits and returns far exceeding your financial commitment.  If your goal is creating solid relationships with decision makers in our country’s leading agricultural organizations, let us help you. 

 

There is increasing evidence and recognition in the agriculture industry that collaborative partnerships have become the strongest voice in advocacy efforts.  If your organization is interested in aligning itself with the industry leaders, joining our Corporate Partner Program is the best way to achieve that success. 

 

The Corporate Partner Program helps ISA to promote Indiana Agriculture through relationship building.  Our goal is to provide funding for policy and advocacy efforts enhancing the economic viability of Indiana soybean farmers, and the industry partners who depend on a steady supply of corn and soybeans.

 

What Your Support Means

The development of policy positions on critical issues affecting the corn and soybean industry including trade agreements, farm programs, disaster relief, energy independence, research programs, federal state and local tax issues and government regulations.

 

All ongoing presence at the county courthouse, Indiana General Assembly, Washington D.C. and international meetings ensuring agriculture’s interests are represented.

 

A collaborative effort ensuring Indiana’s ability to lead in the lead production of food, feed, and fuel. 

 

Benefits

Partnering with the Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA) and our national organization the American Soybean Association (ASA) offers your business co-branding opportunities with some of the most respected organizations, not only within the agricultural industry, but around world. 

 

Increased Visibility Recognition

Interaction with farmer leaders and elected officials publication, website and promotional visibility marketing opportunities and meeting opportunities, and invitations to ISA events.

 

For more information, contact Megan Kuhn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 317.614.0377

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