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Ball Seed Customer Day is July 29

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You can see thousands of varieties, tour the new Ball Premier Lab, and learn from industry experts this summer in The Gardens at Ball.

| June 14, 2011

WEST CHICAGO, Ill. Guests will enjoy more than 3,000 varieties from 90 different breeders, including 300-plus new seed and veg intros for 2012 at Ball Seed Customer Day. Set for Friday, July 29, customers of Ball Seed can visit The Gardens at Ball for a full day of activities and festivities.

Highlights this year include tours of the new Ball Premier Lab, which features eco-friendly construction and efficient mechanical systems. Guests will also take guided and self-guided tours through the expanded evaluation gardens; see presentations from industry experts; network with vendors and fellow guests; and much more.

“At Ball Seed we are ‘Focusing on the Future’ and innovating all the way – from efficient means of seed production, to brand-new genetics. Customer Day is our way to thank our customers, and inspire them with our offerings,” says Jan Patranella, senior director of customer relations for Ball Seed. “The event is a fun, relaxing way our special guests can connect with the people who are dedicated to making their businesses successful.”

An RSVP is required to attend the July 29 event. Ball Seed customers can reserve their visit today at ballcustomerday.com. The website has access to local hotel information, maps and directions, and featured activities. Customer Relations representatives are also standing by at 800-879-BALL to help with any questions.

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