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The August CAAR Communicator is now available to access in digital format for the first time, making it convenient and easy to read on any device whenever and wherever you are.

This August issue features articles on how CAAR members have changed their policies and procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, empowering farmers with tools and resources to build public trust, implementing omni-channel business strategies to connect ag retailers with their customers, and updates on CAAR’s member services and activities in the ag industry.

Click here to access the digital version of the August CAAR Communicator magazine.

ABOUT THE CAAR COMMUNICATOR
Published five times a year for more than 30 years and with a readership of over 14,000 professionals in the ag retail industry, The CAAR Communicator focuses on the issues and successes of Canadian ag retail and keeps CAAR members in touch with recent technology, government regulations, industry initiatives, and other CAAR members, making this a must read for the ag retail industry.

The CAAR Communicator is also available in print and online in editorial format, click here to view articles from past CAAR Communicator issues.

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