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Staying Focused
What Customers Want
Jimmy Dodson To Lead NCC in 2013
New NCC Leaders Elected for 2013
Texas Gins' Goal? Avoid Contamination
Texas Producers Proactive On Weed, Water Issues
On-Farm Innovation Transforms Agriculture
Cotton Incorporated Adds New Online Program
Precision Management Key To Success
Water Crisis Looms In California
Ginning Marketplace
Editor's Note
Cotton's Agenda
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Consultants Corner
Web Poll
My Turn
TCGA Schedule of Events
Message from Tony Williams
President's Report – Dan Jackson
Ginner Of The Year — Prentice Fred
Incoming President — Danny Moses
TCGA Scholarship Program – A Commitment To Agriculture
Q&A: Jimmy Roppolo – Man On The Move
Cotton Farming, TCGA Continue Special Alliance
Overton Hotel Will Again Serve As TCGA Headquarters
Exhibitors & Booth Numbers
Timely Topics Slated For Gin Schools
Don't Forget To Go Outside
PCG To Deal With Big Issues At Its Annual Meeting
Plenty To Do At TCGA Show
TCGA Staff
Trust Makes Preparation For 20th Season
TCGA Officers and Directors
Want To Do Some Sightseeing? You'll Find It In Lubbock
Findley, Roppolo Receive Special Awards
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Plenty To Do At TCGA Show

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Feeling overwhelmed over which exhibits to visit first at the TCGA Trade Show? Have no fear. Getting around the Lubbock Civic Center is relatively simple. On page 19 of this program, you can find a map of the two main exhibit areas.

They are connected to each other by halls. Both areas are easily navigated by obtaining a show program at the main registration desk. One of the best things about this show is that it is an interesting mix of small and large companies. You can find large ginning equipment companies showcasing their products in the larger exhibit area.

Meanwhile, you can stroll around the area near the registration desk and find booths that represent industry organizations, seed companies, agri-business and anyone with an interest in cotton. Some of the companies are small, but they’ve had the same booth for many years. That is part of the charm of the TCGA Trade Show. The same vendors return every year, creating an environment similar to a family reunion.

On page 22, you can find some tips on what to expect when you venture outside to visit the exhibits in the adjacent parking lots. That’s where you’ll see harvesters, flatbed trucks, tractors, planters and other farm equipment.

Worried about eating lunch? No problem. You’ll find barbecue, hot dogs, popcorn and sandwiches at the concession stands. When you visit the show, be prepared to spend the day. You’ll find exhibitors and officials who are glad to see you and eager to chat.
After being in business for 106 years, TCGA is rolling out the welcome mat for everybody. Enjoy yourself!

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