GOODMAN, MO: The Hunte Corporation, the world’s largest distributor of purebred puppies to the pet industry, is hosting an urgent and informative meeting on June 24th at their headquarters in Goodman, Missouri. All those who work in agriculture are encouraged to attend but seating is limited and attendees must RSVP by Monday, June 21st.
The meeting will be held at The Hunte Learning Center at 121 North Royhill Boulevard in Goodman from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Kelly Smith, Director of Marketing and Commodities with the Missouri Farm Bureau, will be the keynote speaker. His presentation, entitled “Understanding The Activists… Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing,” is extremely in-depth and exposes the alarming agendas, motives and tactics of some of America’s most radical animal rights groups. In addition, Smith focuses on grassroots solutions for countering their well-funded attacks on agriculture, pet care and other vital industries.
“We are aware of the great job that the Missouri Farm Bureau is doing across the state,” said Andrew Hunte, founder, President and CEO of The Hunte Corporation, “when it comes to exposing the radical animal rights groups and their attacks on American’s basic freedoms. We believe that educating the public is extremely important and we want to do our part to ensure that people simply know the truth. If your livelihood involves pets, animals or livestock in an way, it is
being directly threatened and I would encourage you to attend this important meeting.”
To RSVP for this event, please call 800-829-4155 (ext. 249) on or before 5:00 on Monday, June 21st. Seating is extremely limited and you must register to attend. If you would like posters or email blasts in order to promote this event at your company, to your friends or your co-workers, please email email@example.com.
Source: THE HUNTE CORPORATION
121 N. ROYHILL BLVD.
GOODMAN, MO 64843