More than 65,000 FFA members along with Bob Quinn will arrive in Indiana for their national convention as the city of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana are ready to roll out the blue carpet to welcome back the FFA. National FFA president David Townsend says the theme of this year’s convention stresses achievement and community service:
National FFA CEO Mark Poeschl said not only does FFA develop leaders, it also develops agricultural advocates:
Indiana Lieutenant Governor Susan Crouch said the careers in agriculture both on the production and technical side that FFA fosters, is the key to the future of Indiana agriculture:
Indianapolis will host the convention through 2024, and is literally turning the city blue. On Thursday the canal that runs through the heart of downtown, was died blue in honor of FFA.