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WSU coach Gregg Marshall to give keynote address at Kansas agribusiness convention


Wichita State University men’s basketball coach Gregg Marshall will give the keynote address during the Kansas Agri Business Expo on Nov. 21 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Wichita. He will speak during breakfast at 8 a.m. in the Eagle Ballrooms.

Marshall will share his story of the Shockers’ fantastic journey to the 2013 NCAA Final Four Championship.

“Champions of Agribusiness” is the theme of the 2013 Kansas Agri Business Expo and will feature additional speakers including Kansas Secretary of Revenue Nick Jordan; Environmental, Health and Safety Manager Paul Derig, J.R. Simplot Company; and Sarah Bittleman, agricultural advisor to the administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The 28th annual Kansas Agri Business Expo, held on Nov. 20 to 21 at the Century II Convention Center, is a jointly-sponsored tradeshow of the Kansas Grain and Feed Association and Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association and is the largest indoor agribusiness tradeshow in the Midwest.

The show is sold out of exhibit space with 154 grain, feed, equipment and agronomic input companies exhibiting across 95,000 square feet their products and services vital to the agribusiness industry in Kansas.

Date: 11/11/2013



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