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The Summit League extends partnership with South Dakota Corn Utilization Council

Posted on January 04, 2024
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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Summit League announced today the partnership extension with the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council for the 2024 Summit League Men's and Women's Basketball Tournament March 8-12 at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls, S.D.

As part of their sponsorship, the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council will partner with local and regional military groups to provide complimentary tickets to military members and their families.

"The South Dakota Corn Utilization Council has been a part of the Summit League Basketball Championships since 2014 and we appreciate their continued support," said Summit League Commissioner Josh Fenton. "We look forward to once again working with the staff on creating a memorable experience for many military families throughout the region."

"South Dakota Corn is committed to giving back to our community and we are happy to share this opportunity with our military families who sacrifice every day to ensure that our freedom is never taken away. This is one way we can say, 'Thank you, we appreciate you for your selfless service to our country.'," shared Chad Blindauer, President of the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council.

About the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council (SDCUC)
SDCUC is one of the most active commodity organizations in South Dakota and is led by a peer-elected producer board. Its primary responsibility is to collect and administer the One-cent Checkoff which makes utilization research possible, allowing SDCUC to develop new and innovative uses for corn and corn byproducts that benefit South Dakota economically and environmentally. SDCUC works to expand livestock production in South Dakota as well as to educate producers and consumers on economic, legislative and environmental topics that directly affect the state of South Dakota.
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