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September 19, 2011

Dan Sneller of Bussey Wins Tool Chest from Iowa Soybean Association

Ankeny, Iowa — September 19, 2011

The Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) recently delivered a rolling tool chest, including a set of Craftsman socket wrenches, to soybean farmer Dan Sneller of Bussey. The prize is valued at $1,200. Sneller’s name was drawn from the soybean farmers in District 8 who had signed up for ISA membership or renewed their membership as part of a membership initiative, The Right Connections. Right Tools. Right Now.

Sneller was one of nine tool chest winners, one from each district across Iowa. Existing as well as new ISA members were eligible for the drawing, if they signed up and selected services and information they wished to receive from the tools ISA makes available to help make better decisions that can help grow productivity and profits.

In addition to the equipped tool chests, the membership initiative also included drawings for $500 Craftsman Tool shopping sprees, one of which was given to members signing up each month from April through July.

While the drawing for the tool chests has been completed, Iowa soybean farmers are still encouraged to get connected to ISA and gain access to the tools ISA offers its members. All Iowa soybean farmers who pay into the checkoff are eligible for ISA membership at no additional cost, but each farmer must sign up to indicate what services and information they are interested in receiving.

It’s all part of “Your ISA,Your Way” as the association focuses on “Expanding Opportunities. Delivering Results.”

To learn more about ISA, visit its website at www.iasoybeans.com.

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