ANIMART, Inc. welcomes back Christine Lindner as director of strategic marketing overseeing the strategic marketing and branding initiates of the dairy and livestock division which provides animal health products, supplies and solutions to producers.
Lindner wrapped up her year of service in June as the 63rd Alice in Dairyland working on behalf of Wisconsin farmers connecting residents to our state's diverse agriculture industry through face-to-face conversations, media interviews and classroom presentations to bring agriculture into the daily lives of Wisconsinites.
"Serving as Alice in Dairyland has been a life-long goal of Christine's since meeting "Alice" in the 4th grade classroom spurring her desire to one day serve as our state's agricultural ambassador," says Ruth Metz, co-owner and founder of ANIMART with her husband, Dr. James Metz. "We are proud to help our staff and clients achieve their goals while advancing the dairy and livestock industry."
Lindner graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison with a bachelor's degree in agriculture journalism and joined the ANIMART team in 2007 as Marketing Manager. She gained a passion for promoting agriculture growing up on her family's fourth generation dairy farm near Beaver Dam and broadened her knowledge of the industry through internships, agriculture organizations and serving as a state FFA officer.
Established in 1982 and headquartered in Beaver Dam, Wis., ANIMART, Inc. is a privately held provider of animal health and veterinary products as well as show equipment for dairy and livestock producers. ANIMART is committed to offering a full line of products and solutions to help dairy and livestock businesses succeed. More information about the company and its products can be accessed at www.animart.com.