DMA solutions creates free resources for fresh produce marketers

DMA Solutions, Inc., a specialized marketing agency dedicated to driving demand for fresh fruits and vegetables, has created free resources to help marketers within the fresh produce industry get a jump start on their planning success for 2015 including a how-to guide to get more marketing dollars and a produce marketer’s master calendar.



The newest resource that launched yesterday is titled, “Mission Possible: 5-Steps to Get More Marketing Dollars”. This guide will help produce marketers learn how to approach the planning and budgeting process when more dollars are needed to support the company’s overall goals and gain approval from senior management.

The second free resource titled, “The 2015 Produce Marketer’s Master Calendar” features twelve months of important dates including fresh produce industry trade events, professional marketing conferences, major blogging events, foodie celebration days, noteworthy holidays and eating occasions. The calendar can be used as an effective tool for professionals seeking to get ahead on tradeshow planning, social media content management and influence management for the coming year.


President and CEO of DMA Solutions, Dan’l Mackey Almy, says the 2015 planning resources were created as a result of the input that the company receives from its blog subscribers and colleagues requesting guidance and easily accessible tools relating to annual marketing planning and budgeting.

You can download both guides, Mission Possible: 5-Steps to Get More Marketing Dollars, the 2015 Produce Marketer’s Master Calendar any one of DMA Solutions’ free marketing resources by clicking here.

To learn more about DMA Solutions, the company’s work and its team of marketers, visit www.dma-solutions.com.

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