The December Communicator is now online and in your mailbox! The final issue of 2018 is a big one, packed with useful information, expert advice and practical solutions for the ag retailer.

In the December issue, The Communicator examines how the public’s negative perception of pesticides is a growing challenge, and shares what the ag community can do to defend its reputation and retain the valuable crop protection products Canadian growers depend on.

This issue also includes: advice on how retailers can help their customers maintain the effectiveness of disease resistant crop varieties, what one company did to improve communication with employees working in areas with poor cell coverage, how offering group benefits can benefit retailers, and an announcement about CAAR’s upcoming partnerships with some “Uncommon Partners.”

With the 2019 CAAR Conference just around the corner, the December issue also has agenda highlights, speaker profiles and host hotel information, along with a feature on Winnipeg restaurants and attractions. Registration is now open – visit caar.org/caar-conference for more information!

Visit caar.org/the-communicator to read the December 2018 edition of The Communicator online.

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