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IDFA Invites Questions for International Dairy Show Speaker Karl Rove

Aug 31, 2011

What would you like to hear political strategist Karl Rove discuss during his Signature Session at the International Dairy Show?

IDFA is offering members the opportunity to submit questions for Rove to answer when he leads off the show in Atlanta. Known as "the architect" of President Bush's 2000 and 2004 campaigns, Rove will speak at the Signature Session on Monday, September 19.

Attendees may submit questions to conference@dairyshow.com by September 9. Submissions should have "ASK ROVE" in the subject line and include name, title, company, email address and the question or questions.

In addition to Rove, a variety of experts in the dairy industry will discuss important topics such as water scarcity, sustainable operations, milk in schools, food safety and more.

To learn more about these featured topics, view brief videos of Clay Detlefsen, IDFA vice president for regulatory affairs, and Cary Frye, IDFA vice president for regulatory and scientific affairs, as they outline what's coming up at the show. The videos include overviews on:

Register today and bring your colleagues. This event is moving to a biannual format after this year, so you won't have another chance to attend the International Dairy Show until 2013. 

For more information, visit www.dairyshow.com.

 
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