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Thank You To Our Event Sponsors:

Dow AgroSciences


Thank You To Our Education Sponsors:

American Fruit Grower


American Vegetable Grower
AgSouth Farm Credit
Georgia Farm Bureau
South Carolina Farm Bureau
Seminis
Syngenta


Thank You To Our Platinum Sponsors:

Crop Production Services


Dupont
Bayer
Mana, Inc.


Thank You To Our Diamond Sponsors:

Brownlee Agency


Famous Software
MBG Marketing
Stockosorb
Georgia Pacific
Rotam

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Transportation

Whether you travel by car, air or train we can help you get here. All SE Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference Activities will take place at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center on Hutchison Island.

By Car:
If you drive, you can get to Savannah via Interstate 95 (North/South) or Interstate 16 (East/West) which is located just 10 minutes from Savannah’s Historic District.

Directions to Savannah International Trade & Convention Center

 

From I-95 North or South and I-16 East or West:

On Interstate 95 drive toward Savannah, GA and exit onto Interstate 16 East. This will merge into US Highway 17 North toward Charleston. Go over the Talmadge Memorial Bridge then exit right for the Hutchison Island Convention Center.  Turn left onto Wayne Shackleford Blvd. The Savannah International Trade and Convention Center and parking will be on the right.

From US-17 South:

On US Highway 17 South, you will enter the state of Georgia as you drive over the Talmadge Memorial Bridge. Exit toward Wayne Shackleford Blvd. Turn left onto Wayne Shackleford Blvd. Stay on Wayne Shackleford Blvd until you reach the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center and parking will be on the right.

 

By Air:
The Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport offers 13 non-stop destinations and boasts approximately 82 daily flights in and out of Savannah. Scheduled airlines include American Eagle, Continental Express, Delta, Delta Connection, United Express and US Airways.

By Rail:

Savannah is a major stop on Amtrak's Palmetto and Silver Service between New York and Miami. Daily service to and from Savannah is available aboard the Silver Star and Silver Meteor. Passengers can travel coach or, with reservations, first-class in superliner sleeping cars. Sightseeing lounge cars are also available.

By Bus:
Bus travel around the clock, so visitors can travel to Savannah by day or night from all over the United States, Canada and Mexico. Savannah is a hub for Greyhound Bus Line.

Parking

Parking is available at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center.  A nominal fee is charged per day for parking in the lot.