The Wisconsin Poultry and Egg Industries Association is a non-profit organization that brings members together to support, develop and promote the poultry and egg industries in Wisconsin and the surrounding territories.
We are the proud owners of the Midwest Horse Fair, attracting 50,000 people each April at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI. We have college scholarships, horse trail grants and sponsorships available to members. We stay informed on equine issues facing our state and nation.
The product we would like to promote at the 2016 annual meeting is a t-shirt with the "Something Special From Wisconsin oval logo above the oval logo of The National Brewery Museum & Library. The annual meeting in 2016 will be held at Springfield, IL and we will be promoting the National Brewery Museum located at Potosi, Wisconsin as well our Something Special from Wisconsin T-Shirts. We are asking membership to wear and photograph the t-shirts at famous landmarks around the world to be later featured in our national/international magazine. As a fundraiser for our Museum Library restoration project we would like to see hundreds or our members wearing these brightly colored t-shirts. It will be a great branding for Wisconsin as well as the National Brewery Museum & Library. The other thing we would like to do is introduce our speaker's bureau representatives with the same logos at the beginning and ending of PDF presentations around the country.
WBBA's website (WisconsinBandB.com): much more than a lodging resource as it includes maps for Winery & Brewery tours, Artisan Cheese sites, Birding, Biking, etc. WBBA's popular cookbooks total 8, with the latest also being the largest featuring 90 inns and 260 recipes. WBBA's Gift Cards are personalized, available in a variety of amounts, and redeemable at about 150 member properties. (order online or by phone).
Toe tappin' finger snappin' smile makin' Music. The seventeen member big band of 5 saxophones, 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, piano, bass, drums, guitar, and at times with a vocalist, includes many of the Fox Valley's finest musicians.