As this year comes to a close, we would like to express our gratitude for your continued trust and loyalty to ProAg. Some might look back and say 2020 wasn’t a very good year with the devastation of hurricanes, the persistence of drought, the helplessness spread by wildfire and a global pandemic. Some might say let the sun set on 2020 and let us all forget. And yet, we choose not to because it would mean forgetting all the good that came of it, the strength and resilience of the American farmers and ranchers we serve, the dedication of our valued agent partners, and the rapid response of the ProAg team making sure we continued to serve our customers and agents. This year, more than ever, we felt a great responsibility to give back to our communities and programs like Future Farmers of America.
On behalf of our employees, agents, policyholders and vendors, we are making a donation to IMPACT FFA, a Future Farmers of America program dedicated to supporting young women in agriculture and the National FFA Teacher Ambassadors program. It’s all a part of our vision of being a Good Company. And it’s why, despite it all, a lot of good came out of 2020.
We invite you to join us in the collective spirit of giving. Click here to join us in giving to the IMPACT FFA program and choose IMPACT FFA in the “Designate My Gift To” menu.
ProAg will be closed Thursday, December 24, and Friday, December 25, in celebration of Christmas. We will resume normal business hours on Monday, December 28. On behalf of the ProAg team, thank you for being a valued partner and allowing us to continue to serve you. We wish you a safe, happy and healthy holiday season. So from our team to yours, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at ProAg. There are many good things to come. You can count on it!
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