If you’re like us, your bags were packed yesterday and you’ve already got seminars picked out. To make sure you’re not missing any additional info, we’ve created seven items to cross off your checklist before joining us at the 2020 National Farm Machinery Show.
- Download the 2020 National Farm Machinery Show app.
Catch your favorite seminar, exhibitor, and receive timely notifications and product updates. Search for NFMS in your App Store. Learn more.
REMINDER: You must download the latest version. The 2019 app won’t be up-to-date.
- Pre-Register for #NFMS20
Pre-register and enter into giveaway drawings for a chance to win select prizes. Prizes include a Bobcat mower, a John Deere Gator and Milwaukee tools to help with the daily upkeep of your farm. More information is available online. Ready to register? Visit cvent.me/VNmbKm.
- Check out the floor plans.
Have a must-see booth? Make sure you know where to find them. Visitors can use Map Your Show to locate all their favorite booths. Visit Map Your Show to see our floor plans.
- Follow us on social media for a look behind the scenes.
Watch interviews with this year’s tractor pullers ad see photos from your favorite booths. AND don’t forget to use #NFMS20 when sharing your photos! Follow us on Facebook,Twitter and Instagram.
- Check out this year’s pullers before the main event.
Curious who’s competing this year? Know who to cheer for before stepping foot in Freedom Hall. Access the puller list here.
- Review the complete seminar list.
Know what sessions you need to hear and make the most of your time at the NFMS. Find the complete list on our app or website.
- See what makes Louisville truly one of a kind.
We’ve got plenty to see while you’re at the Kentucky Expo Center, but Louisville is a town booming with bourbon, delicious bites, family fun and adventure. Visit Go To Louisville and explore our wonderful city.
The National Farm Machinery show is located at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky, February 12-15. For additional information visit our website at www.farmmachineryshow.org.