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2014 End of Year Report | Kasey Cronquist, CCFC

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Highlights from the California Cut Flower Commission's efforts in 2014 to promote California's flower farmers. From the Rose Parade on January 1st to the cover of Sunset Magazine, there were some milestone moments to share during my CEO report to the CCFC's Board of Commissioners.

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2014 End of Year Report | Kasey Cronquist, CCFC

  1. 1. CALIFORNIA CUT FLOWER COMMISSION CEO REPORT
  2. 2. JANUARY ROSE PARADE
  3. 3. FEBRUARY WASHINGTON DC
  4. 4. MARCH AG DAY
  5. 5. CARPINTERIA OPEN HOUSE
  6. 6. APRIL THE KNOT DREAM WEDDING
  7. 7. MAY SACRAMENTO
  8. 8. SUNSET CELEBRATION
  9. 9. JUNE MONTEREY OPEN HOUSE
  10. 10. JULY AMERICAN GROWN
  11. 11. AUGUST SAF& SYLVIA CUP
  12. 12. SEPTEMBER SAVOR THE CENTRAL COAST
  13. 13. NOVEMBER SUNSET FEATURE
  14. 14. CA GROWN EXPERIENCE
  15. 15. "Every man owes a part of his time and money to the business or industry in which he is engaged. No man has a moral right to withhold support from an organization that is striving to improve conditions within his sphere." –THEODORE ROOSEVELT
  16. 16. QUESTIONS

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