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The December 2020 issue of The CAAR Communicator magazine is now available in print, online and PDF format. Read about the 2021 Virtual CAAR Conference, ways to differentiate your ag retail business, how Agro.Club Canada's digital marketplace platform is helping ag businesses and more!

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

The magazine includes a feature on ways to differentiate your ag retail business in a competitive selling market. 2021 Virtual CAAR Conference session speakers, Scott Downey and Justin Funk, share their insights about good corporate culture and strengthening your business's sale strategy. Read more about this story, ag industry trends and other features in this month's CAAR Communicator.

This month's issue also includes more details on the 2021 Virtual CAAR Conference including speaker session information, how to register for the three-day event and how the SwapCard platform keeps attendees and exhibitors connected. The CAAR Pro-Ag Investments Auction has also moved online, hosted between Feb. 9-11, 2021 through CharityAuctionsNow.

CAAR extended the Member Retailer Survey to Jan. 15, 2021 to give more members the opportunity to include their input on the association's training programs, sessions, and perception of the organization to improve its current offerings. Read more about the survey and how members' contributions can help shape the future of CAAR in this month's magazine.

Lastly, the Communicator shares CAAR's most recent accomplishments in the quarterly report, CAAR At A Glance. Click here to read the articles today.

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