Alabama Ag Credit Continues Sponsorship with Sweet Grown Alabama
October 6, 2021
MONTGOMERY, Ala.- Alabama Ag Credit has continued its financial support of Sweet Grown Alabama with a $10,000 supporter sponsorship for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
Alabama Ag Credit was one of the first companies to join Sweet Grown Alabama as a founding member when the non-profit began.
“Alabama Ag Credit has been a valued partner since the launch of Sweet Grown Alabama,” said program Director Ellie Watson. “Their continued support demonstrates the value Alabama Ag Credit places on local agriculture, and we are thrilled to work with them this year.”
Alabama Ag Credit’s financial support will help Sweet Grown Alabama continue to connect Alabama farmers and families.Funds will be utilized to encourage purchasing of locally grown products through traditional and digital marketing. Consumers can search for a variety of locally grown products at www.SweetGrownAlabama.org.
“Sweet Grown Alabama supports producers throughout our state, which directly ties to our mission to serve our state’s farmers,” said Alabama Ag Credit CEO Doug Thiessen. “The program’s objective is to connect farmers with consumers, and we are proud to support that initiative that benefits us all.”
About Sweet Grown Alabama:
Sweet Grown Alabama is a non-profit foundation that connects consumers to locally grown products. Participating members display the Sweet Grown Alabama logo. To learn more, visit www.SweetGrownAlabama.org
About Alabama Ag Credit:
Alabama Ag Credit is a borrower-stockholder financial cooperative that finances the growth of rural Alabama, including the special needs of young and beginning producers. They provide a variety of flexible financing options for farms, timber and forestry operations, agribusinesses, land, equipment, and rural homes and homesites in 40 counties in central and south Alabama. Alabama Ag Credit is a member of the nationwide Farm Credit System. Learn more at www.AlabamaAgCredit.com.