Meat Judging Awards Banquet Guests

Unfortunately due to COVID19, we will not be able to hold formal award banquets this fall. The awards will be announced via Facebook live on the AMSA Facebook page. 


Purchasing Guest Banquet Tickets:

The online process will ONLY allow you to pay with a credit card. Please click on the link below and select "register" for 2019 Fall Meat Judging Awards Banquet Guest

  • You will be asked to login to your AMSA account. If you do not have a login, you can create a new account. 
  • You will need to supply AMSA with your Guest(s) Name(s), Banquet(s) Attending, Email, and Phone number.
  • After entering your information, select the contests you will be attending and click next, and on the following page click register now. 
  • In the shopping cart, change the quantity to reflect the number of guests that will be attending and select Update Cart and proceed with checkout
  • After confirming payment you will receive a confirmation email, this email is your receipt.
  • If you need to be invoiced, please call Rachel Adams at 1-800-517-AMSA ext. 14

Tickets required for Fall Meat Judging Banquets Only


AMSA Meat Judging Awards Banquet Guest Policy

Guests who wish to attend a fall AMSA Intercollegiate Meat Judging Awards Banquet, will be responsible for purchasing tickets for the event. Tickets will be available on the AMSA website for $35/person/event and will be available up to one week prior to the event. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Those who do not purchase tickets are welcome to watch the award presentation, but would not be able to attend the meal. AMSA Sponsors who receive banquet invitations are not required to purchase tickets. 

Awards presentations will also be broadcast on the American Meat Science Association Facebook page through Facebook Live if you aren't able to travel to the banquet.


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