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As a Special Acknowlegdement to our Repeat Attendees, The IPO is waiving the Membership Fee ($150.00) through the 2014 Calendar year. 

This amounts to a $150.00 savings for our returning members.

Non Members pay $550.00 for the IPO Global Pineapple Conference.

Membership Fee ($150.00) plus the $350.00 fee for each conference for first time attendees amounts to a $50.00 savings for the Costa Rica event and and additional saving of $200.00 for each additional event during 2015!

In addition, for those who chose to pay by credit card, The IPO Official website enables ALL IPO Global Pineapple Conference (GPC) Registrants substantial credit card fee SAVINGS!!ipo-shopping/c1sv7

Thanks to a special arrangement created by IPO Director of Business Development, Arne Rotne has negotiated a savings of nearly $20.00 per credit card transaction. 

The old fee on a $350.00 transaction was over $27.00 in credit card fees alone versus the new fee of $8.45 per IPO Global Pineapple Conference (GPC) That alone is a savings of nearly $20.00 per IPO GPC Ticket.

Click Now To Register:!ipo-shopping/c1sv7

In addition, the IPO has created many Savings for Sponsors:!price-list/ct3w

Sponsorship Features and Benefits / Price List

Becoming a Sponsor at any level adds great value to your relationship with the International Pineapple Organization membership. 

This offers your company an opportunity to highlight your products and services with leaders and members of the pineapple supply chain, along with networking with other sponsors broading your opportunities to increase sales.

 Thank you !


Perhaps the greatest achievement that the International Pineapple Organization (IPO) is Proudest of this year is the creation of the IPO COOPERATIVE Agreement.

 Doing Good Deeds never felt better!


For SPONSORS who agree to a multi Conference committment over a one year period, the IPO has agreed to rebate a portion of revenue directly to Social Causes and Sustainability initiatives that benefit efforts at Local Communities at the various Pineapple Sourcing Points around the World.

Please visit and Commit to YOUR IPO Today!!price-list/ct3w

For More Information:

Arne Rotne
Executive Vice President
Directorof Business Development
International Pineapple Organization (IPO)


Tel: (772) 342-6567

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