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UAC MAGAZINE • NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2012


UAC NEWS Georgia Grown New statewide program focuses on our industry


Georgia has a new program to promote the state’s agriculture community: Georgia Grown. Te program, initiated by the Georgia Depart- ment of Agriculture, will provide economic development authorities, area communities, and businesses with an effective educational and marketing tool that will help them connect with key influencers and promote agribusiness.


Program components • Beautiful, four-color magazine with original, state-specific articles and photography


• Dedicated website that’s connected to a national farm-to-fork website


• Engaging digital magazine that’s accessible on computers, tablets and mobile phones


Reach Tis program reaches individuals, businesses, government officials, legislators and other influencers with a vested interest in this state’s agricultural community. Te audience includes consumers who are hungry for information about agriculture and businesses considering de- velopment or expansion of agribusiness markets.


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Urban agriculture contributes to Georgia’s annual economy and accounts for nearly


$7.8 billion 87,000


full- and part-time jobs. And it all starts with you.


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URBAN AGCOUNCIL Georgia’s professional green industry resource


GEORGIA 800.687.6949


Georgia Urban Ag Council will advertise in the new Georgia Grown magazine (left) and on the Georgia Grown website (below).


There will be multiple direct hot links from the magazine website to our urbanagcouncil.com site.


Distribution Print: Te print magazine is distributed all year long, through direct mailings to key individuals, handed out at trade shows and agriculture-relat- ed events, and distributed through advertisers. Its multiple distribution channels also include international trade mission trips, colleges and universities, economic development groups, legislative offices, and other venues all over the globe where people or businesses are seeking in- formation about the state’s agribusiness industry. Electronically: Te website is accessed via Internet search for information about the state’s agriculture industry, through numerous links from other agriculture websites, and promoted through social media and extensive online mar- keting efforts.


Impact High-quality, state-specific information that’s reader-friendly and timely will allow the Department of Agriculture, communities around the state, and agribusiness organizations to be more effective promoting the state and agribusiness.


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