An Introduction to the Tools We Offer to Promote Your Food Business

Who: Puget Sound Food Network (PSFN)
What: An Introduction to the Tools We Offer to Promote Your Food Business
When: Wednesday, March 24, 2010, 3-5 p.m.
Where: Northwest Agriculture Business Center

419 S. 1st Street, Suite 200
Mt. Vernon, Washington 98273

PSFN are presenting a online users workshop and networking meeting. This is a great opportunity to learn how to use PSFN as a marketing tool; meet Puget Sound Food Network members and staff; and learn how to make PSFN a powerful component in your marketing plans.

The Puget Sound Food Network is a collaborative space dedicated to connecting all aspects of agriculture, from producer to buyer, in mutually beneficial partnerships. Founded in 2009, PSFN utilizes modern resources to create dynamic listings which allow producers, buyers, consumers, services and community partners, to find each other, communicate needs, and develop working relationships.


Learn how to use PSFN to market your products. The NABC staff behind the Puget Sound Food Network will be on-hand to show you how to use the site to benefit your bottom line. You can:

  • learn how to upload photos of your farm and products
  • discuss and view “model” farm profiles
  • ask questions and make suggestions.

Staff in attendance to help you will be:

  • Gary Merritt, NABC Marketing Director
  • Ann Leason, PSFN Data Manager
  • Lucy Norris, Regional Food System Developer
  • Jake Fowler, NABC Project Manager
  • Jeff Voltz, Regional Food System Developer; and
  • David Bauermeister, NABC Executive Director

Due to space limitations, we can only accommodate up to 15 guests. Please RSVP to Ann Leason by 5:00 p.m. March 23. Light refreshments will be provided and networking expected.

We will be hosting additional training and networking sessions throughout the year. If you would like to host a PSFN training session, please contact us. PSFN will be happy to conduct a training session for groups of 5 or more members and potential members.

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