Great Plains to Host Peterson Farm Bros. Meet and Greet
By KY Expo Marketing Team on 02/08/2018
Great Plains Mfg. is excited to host the Peterson Farm Brothers (PFB) for a meet and greet event on February 15, 2018, during the 2018 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, KY. The Peterson Farm Bros. are three brothers from Assaria, Kansas, who became social media sensations following the release of a self-produced YouTube parody video entitled “I’m Farming and I Grow It”. Since its release in June 2012, Greg, Nathan, and Kendal Peterson have traveled across the country and throughout the world advocating for agriculture.
The Petersons will be available for two meet and greet sessions from 10-11:30 a.m. and 2-3:30 p.m. at the Great Plains Lot (South Wing, Lot# 7023). The Petersons will be available to sign autographs, answer questions, and take photos with visitors at the booth. PFB merchandise will be for sale during the event. Attendees are also welcome to explore the Great Plains equipment available for purchase. The event is free and open to the general public.
Barry Weis, Great Plains Marketing Manager, said, “Our relationship with the Peterson Farm Brothers has been a wonderful fit. They not only help us understand and connect to the next generation of farmers, but they express the same values and respect for farming as we do. We look forward to having them with us at the National Farm Machinery Show.”
Greg Peterson of the Peterson Farm Brothers said, “We are looking forward to attending the National Farm Machinery Show with Great Plains, our hometown equipment manufacturer, to help share our mission of advocating for agriculture. The National Farm Machinery Show is a great chance for us to interact with our followers and have conversations with them about how to tell the story of agriculture. We are excited for the event!”
Further event information and updates may be found on our Facebook page (@greatplainsag). To schedule a media interview, contact Kendi Carlgren at email@example.com or (785) 823-3276, Ext. 1326.