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Voice of the Aerial Application Industry
March 18, 2021
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Whether You’re a Pilot, Operator or Allied Business, Support the Centennial Celebration of Aerial Application — Many More Sponsorship Opportunities Available

Thank you to the companies that have committed to supporting the 100th anniversary of the aerial application industry. This year, the agricultural aviation industry is celebrating its first 100 years of service of providing food, fiber and bioenergy, in addition to protecting forestry and controlling health-threatening pests, to our great nation. As NAAA prepares for this centennial celebration, we invite you to take part as a donor and participant in this once-in-a-lifetime anniversary. You are part of this industry and should be celebrated! You can learn more about sponsorship opportunities and the 100th anniversary on the new website

We have four sponsorship levels available and your logo, advertisement and/or story can be seen for years in a book, documentary, in eBlasts and on our 100th anniversary website. Individual donations are also welcome at any dollar amount (see pages 4 and 5 of our sponsorship brochure).

Aug. 3, 2021, marks the 100th anniversary of an experiment in Ohio when lead arsenate dust was spread over catalpa trees to kill sphinx moth larvae. In honor of this accomplishment, we are planning a major campaign to include a short documentary, a complete history book of the industry and a significant outreach campaign to the public and the media through media briefings, press releases, website and social media that showcase the proud history and promising future of aerial application.

Sponsoring the 100th anniversary is a great way to show your support of the industry's longevity and potentially showcase your contributions to the industry. Your level of support provides you the opportunity to be seen for years to come in the book, on the website and social media, at events and in the documentary.


Click here to view our 100th anniversary sponsorship brochure. This is an industry-wide celebration; we welcome your sponsorship ideas if there is a different way that you would like to support the anniversary and industry.

Our industry has a remarkable story to tell. It plays a crucial role in helping farmers feed, clothe and provide biofuel to the world. And we hope you will join us in supporting the 100th anniversary celebration of the aerial application industry.
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