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Volunteers needed to support National FFA Convention

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The National FFA will be back in Indy this fall – in October, more than 60,000 high achievers and future leaders will converge in downtown Indianapolis for the 90th National FFA Convention & Expo.

National FFA staff are requesting your help recruiting volunteers to ensure a smooth and meaningful experience for the FFA attendees who will visit. More than 600 volunteer shifts are available and include positions such as: general greeters and ushers at special events, serving as hosts on tour trips in and around the city and hotel and airport greeters.

To learn more or to sign up to be a volunteer, visit

Mystik Lubricants partners with National FFA Organization

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Mystik Lubricants is a proud new sponsor of the National FFA Organization, supporting growth in leadership opportunities, communities and agriculture through the National FFA Organization’s Proficiencies.

More specifically, as a three-star sponsor ($25,000-$49,999), Mystik Lubricants will support the ag mechanics-entrepreneurship proficiency and the rodeo that takes place during the 90thh National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis.

“We appreciate that Mystik Lubricants sees agricultural education and FFA as a critical part of its industry and company success,” said Molly Ball, National FFA Foundation president. “We are thankful for the support of our students and our national convention and expo.”

“We fully support the National FFA Organization’s efforts to educate and shape future leaders,” said Alan Flagg, assistant vice president of Supply and Marketing for CITGO Petroleum Corp. “The agricultural industry is an important part of the national economy as well as our business, so we want to ensure that the next generation of leaders continues to trust and use Mystik Lubricants for their farming equipment.”