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Damian Mason to Address Attendees at the AMSA 69th RMC

Dec 18, 2015

Media Contact: Deidrea Mabry, dmabry@meatscience.org

Damian Mason to Address Attendees at the AMSA 69th RMC

Champaign IL. December 18, 2015 – The American Meat Science Association (AMSA) is excited to announce that Damian Mason will be the Tuesday Keynote speaker at the AMSA 69th Reciprocal Meat Conference (RMC) this June in San Angelo, Texas.

 From growing up on a dairy farm in Indiana to now speaking to over 1,600 audiences in 50 states and 8 foreign countries Damian Mason is a professional speaker with a message for the people of agriculture.  His presentation at the upcoming RMC will focus on Agriculture: Trends, Topics and Tomorrow,” will be an intelligent, provocative commentary on the issues impacting the agriculture industry that will be delivered in an entertaining manner.

 Damian Mason understands agriculture, he had his first job at age 8, bottle -feeding calves on the Indiana dairy farm like many children of agriculture. He was involved in FFA and was also ten year 4-H member. With his background and history Damian understands the business of food, fuel, and fiber production because he’s lived it!  

He has a degree from Purdue University in Agricultural Economics, and currently owns and manages a farm in Indiana. He stays up-to-date on issues impacting the industry of food, fuel, and fiber to deliver entertaining, provocative dialogue to agricultural audiences.  He engages audiences by giving them food for thought with regards to how they should view their customers, their business, and how they should look at transforming what they do today. The AMSA 69th RMC is hosted by Angelo State University and will be held June 19-22, 2016.  For more information regarding the AMSA 69th RMC please visit: http://www.meatscience.org/rmc or contact Deidrea Mabry 1-800-517-AMSA ext. 12.

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 AMSA fosters community and professional development among individuals who create and apply science to efficiently provide safe and high quality meat (defined as red meat (beef, pork and lamb), poultry, fish/seafood and meat from other managed species).

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