FEW: Producers to receive free pass to 2009 event

By Ron Kotrba | March 05, 2009
Web exclusive posted March 6, 2009, at 1:45 p.m. CST

In celebration of the International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo's 25th anniversary—and as a display of its commitment to ethanol producers enduring tight margins and restricted budgets—BBI International is offering every ethanol facility in North America two free full-access passes to the 2009 FEW, which will be held June 15-18 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

Future producers, meaning personnel associated with ethanol plants under construction and listed on Ethanol Producer Magazine's Ethanol Plant Construction List, are also eligible for the complimentary passes, as are the personnel of idle facilities (listed in EPM's list).

Continuing its longstanding tradition of offering registration discounts to all producers, BBI will continue to offer substantial discounts to producers registering more than two individuals.

Also new for the 2009 FEW will be a special, color-coded identifier on the event badges designating producers and future producers, ultimately making it easier for exhibitors to locate the core audience of the event, as well as facilitating producers' identification of each other.

According to Tom Bryan, BBI International vice president of communications, there will be a special FEW producer-only breakfast on June 17, which will feature speakers who will target their presentations on important, need-to-know industry information.

For more information on the FEW, visit www.fuelethanolworkshop.com.
To see EPM's plant list, which contains facilities that are producing, idled and under construction, visit www.ethanolproducer.com/plant-list.jsp.