Kick start 2020 with 12 BASIS points at LAMMA

BASIS members attending LAMMA on 7 and 8 January 2020 have the chance to gain up to 12 BASIS points to start the New Year.

Those attending the event can earn two points each day for attending, and a further four points for completing the Knowledge Trail.

“LAMMA is the UK’s leading agricultural machinery, equipment and technology show, and is an excellent free event for members to keep up-to-date with the latest industry innovations,” says Stephen Jacob, BASIS CEO.

He explains members should visit stand 268 in Hall 17, and present their membership ID card to collect two points for attending. Those without a card can simply fill out a form with their details.

“To receive up to four points per day from the Knowledge Trail, members should pick up a stamp-card before visiting participating exhibitors and completing an activity,” he adds.

“Upon completion, the card will be stamped and should be handed in to the BASIS team at the end of the day in exchange for points.”

BASIS points available at LAMMA 2020

Activity Points available
Day 1 Day 2
General attendance Two points Two points
Knowledge Trail One point per exhibitor activity, up to a maximum of four points One point per exhibitor activity, up to a maximum of four points

Current members and those looking to join BASIS will also have the opportunity to talk to the BASIS team about advancing their knowledge with an array of training courses, focussing on anything from crop protection, to pest control and wildlife management.

For further information please visit www.basis-reg.co.uk or call 01335 343975.

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