Holloway team standing in front of banner
The Holloway team will be hosting a Grower Appreciation Happy Hour for farmers on Day 2 of World Ag Expo at the Banquet Hall in the Heritage Complex. RSVP at HollowayAg.com/WorldAg. (Photo: The Holloway Group)

By Brian Milne, Vice President, Director of Marketing & Communications The Holloway Group

February is here, which means bloom is right around the corner and the 2023 season is upon us here in California.

To kick off the season, and celebrate our farmers, Holloway and Laurel Ag & Water are co-hosting a Grower Appreciation Happy Hour on Day 2 of the World Ag Expo.

The event will be held on February 15, 2023, from 2-5 p.m. at the World Ag Expo Banquet Hall in Tulare. The Banquet Hall is located in the Heritage Complex near the front of the expo grounds.

“We just wanted to celebrate and thank our farmers for their efforts during what was a challenging 2022 season,” said Holloway CEO Brian Maxted, “and wish them a fruitful 2023 season. In a lot of ways, World Ag Expo kicks off the season each year, and we wanted to let the farming community know we appreciate all of the work they do and the food they help put on all of our tables.”

This farmer-focused event is open to all growers, from California and beyond, and complimentary drinks and appetizers will be provided for all growers in attendance. Holloway and Laurel Ag & Water will also be giving away prizes and plenty of swag at the event. For more details and to RSVP for this free grower event, visit HollowayAg.com/WorldAg.

More Information:

Grower Appreciation Happy Hour at World Ag Expo

Where: World Ag Expo Banquet Hall (Heritage Complex), 4500 South Laspina St., Tulare, CA 93274

When: Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023, from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

About: Join the local farming community on Day 2 of World Ag for free drinks and appetizers at the World Ag Expo Banquet Hall, as we thank and celebrate our growers heading into the 2023 season.

RSVP: HollowayAg.com/WorldAg or email your contact details to Brian.Milne@HMHolloway.com or BSterling@Laurel-Ag.com!

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