The newest membership category at USA Rice, Enterprise Partners, are those entities who both support the rice industry and depend on a healthy and vibrant rice industry for at least some of their business. Enterprise Partners bring valuable insight and experience to our already vertically integrated organization and make us all stronger for their participation.
For more information, please complete our Membership Inquiry Form
and we'll follow-up with you. Or, contact USA Rice's Senior Director of Meetings & Member Services: Jeanette Davis
, (703) 236-1447.
Enterprise Partner Membership Benefits
- Eligibility to serve on USA Rice committees, task forces, and working/advisory groups that drive industry policy and priorities and establish initiatives.
- Access to proprietary USA Rice publications and resources.
- Affiliation with the U.S. rice industry’s sector-leading sustainability and conservation programs and initiatives.
- Opportunity to participate in unique USA Rice-led promotion and trade activities, including trade missions, and industry and consumer campaigns.
- Discounted rates for advertising on USA Rice’s website and in the Whole Grain newspaper, an award-winning print publication sent to more than 25,000 subscribers three times per year.
- Discounted registration and exhibitor rates for industry events and early access to exhibit and sponsorship opportunities.
- Participation in industry networking events with access to industry thought leaders.
- Opportunity to be included in USA Rice’s Associated Services Directory where rice farmers and other members can easily search and find information about your organization.
- Finance Organizations – banks, lenders, insurance, credit unions, etc.
- Farm Inputs – manufacturers & distribution partners of rice production necessities
- Farm Equipment & Technology – manufacturers, retailers, dealers, software, etc.
- Crop Consultants
- Institutions – foundations, non-profits, research institutions, etc.
- Allied Businesses – any company, entity, or individual who has a vested interest in supporting U.S. rice farming and the U.S. rice industry, but does not fit into any of the above categories