Des Moines hosting 2013 Iowa Power Farming Show
DES MOINES – Want to see the latest and greatest innovation in farm equipment?
You don’t have to leave the Midwest. The Iowa Power Farming Show is the first and best opportunity to get the scoop on new products that can boost your operation to greater efficiency and profitability.
More than 750 ag-related companies will be on hand to receive the expected 20,000 visitors in the heart of farm country.
Knowledgeable sales staff at 1,840 engaging exhibitor booths can show you the latest in farm equipment and precision ag electronics.
Put on your walking shoes and explore three state-of the-art facilities with six floors of displays.
“We hope that farmers will take time out of their busy schedules to allow themselves to be wowed by the new innovations at the Iowa Power Farming Show,” said Tom Junge, event organizer. “Only the best companies are represented, and the show is designed for maximum exposure for the least time investment by our visitors.
“The central location of this show at the intersection of Interstates 80 and 35, will make it possible for farmers and producers to attend.”
The 2013 Iowa Power Farming Show is Jan. 29 to 31 at the Iowa Events Center located in Des Moines.
The Iowa Power Farming Show is owned and managed by the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association, which represents more than 400 agricultural and outdoor power equipment dealers throughout Iowa and Nebraska.
For complete show information and directions, visit www.iowapowershow.com.
The Iowa Power Farming Show now has a powerful new look.
Show organizers from the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association unveiled a new logo and newly redesigned website to complement the show’s new “More Power to You” theme.
“The new look reflects the energy and excitement people experience at the farm show in Des Moines,” said show director Tom Junge. “The logo is central to the show’s new high-powered image.
“People will see it and know right away what the Iowa Power Farming Show is all about. Namely powerful brands, powerful products and powerful visions for the future of farm equipment and precision ag technologies.”
Junge said the look is also representative of a new approach to how show organizers will promote the show and connect with exhibitors and attendees. It will be featured heavily in all of the show’s promotions and communications.
This includes the annual 40-page show program and digital platforms like the new website, e-newsletter, and social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
The Iowa Power Farming Show, the third largest indoor farm show in North America, runs from Jan. 29 to Jan. 31 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines.
With 750 farm equipment and services companies descending on Des Moines from 29 states and four Canadian provinces, show organizers are utilizing all seven acres of real estate available.
With space now a premium, Junge said, only the top companies from each product category were invited to this year’s show.
“Running at full capacity forces us to maximize the space available to us,” he said. “That’s why our exhibitor lineup features all companies and organizations that are true industry pioneers in their respective fields. This creates a more powerful and rewarding experience for attendees.”
The list of exhibitors appearing at the 2013 Iowa Power Farming Show includes iconic companies like John Deere, Case IH, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, Bobcat, and Kubota, as well as leaders in precision agriculture like Ag Leader Technology and Trimble.
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