Country Living Association Announces New Sponsor PBI/Gordon Joins as Gold Sponsors
Author Courtney Yuskis- December, 2007
The Country Living Association announces PBI Gordon as a new gold sponsor, according to Courtney Yuskis, director of Country Living Association. Kansas City, Mo. – based PBI Gordon Corporation joins Land O’Lakes Purina Feed, Tractor Supply Company, and Fastline Publications as gold-level sponsors of the Country Living Association. John Deere, Allied Insurance and Nationwide Agribusiness Insurance Company are founding sponsors. Membership in Country Living Association is geared toward individuals and families who reside in the country and marketers who supply these families with goods and services that benefit country life. Meredith Corporation’s Living the Country Life magazine serves as the organization’s official publication.
“We’re excited to have PBI/Gordon join us, with their long-standing commitment to quality and customer service,” Yuskis said. “The company provides products and services that will make our members’ lives easier and more rewarding.”
“The employee owners of PBI/Gordon are dedicated to serving the farm and ranch community and we are delighted to be able to provide information and resources to families and individuals who are living the rural lifestyle. The Country Living Association is the perfect place to get to know our customers and really be able to offer our expertise,” said Krystal Cartwright, Vice President of Sales, Consumer Products Division.
PBI/Gordon Corporation, a 100% employee owned company, is a national leader in specialty pest management products. Markets served by the company include production agriculture, lawn and garden, farm and ranch and professional turf and ornamental. PBI Gordon Corporation is currently celebrating its 60th year in business.
The Country Living Association is dedicated to creating and fostering a community for like-minded people who share a passion for country living. Membership in the Country Living Association is focused on individuals and families who reside in the country and marketers who supply these families with goods and services related to country life. To join the association, or for more information, visit www.countrylivingassociation.org.