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Hampel’s Proprietary Calf-Tel Product Line Wins Award For New Advertising Campaign

Germantown, Wis. – August 5, 2014 – Calf-Tel’s “Rely” ad was entered into the 2014 Livestock Publications Council Award Contest. The Livestock Publication Council is an international organization formed to serve the livestock publishing industry. The organization is made up of Ag marketers and editorial teams working towards the goal of bettering Ag communications.

There are over 50 categories that are judged and awarded. The Calf-Tel ad was entered into the category for full page ads directed towards producers. It received 2nd place in the category and was stated that our “strong headline and picture work well together to pull the reader in.”

About Hampel

Hampel is a diversified plastic manufacturer located in Germantown, Wisconsin. Founded in 1976 by Lance T. Hampel, specializing in heavy gauge, deeply drawn thermoformed parts that are sold on a proprietary and custom basis. Hampel has built its reputation on providing innovative, customer-centric solutions to difficult problems and on delivering high quality parts worthy of the Hampel name. With more than 30 years of thermoforming experience, Hampel elevates the thermoforming relationship through practical innovation, making it a manufacturing partner as advanced as its customers.

Hampel first began serving the dairy industry with its Calf-Tel line of calf housing in 1981. For over three decades now, Calf-Tel has set the standard for superior calf housing. The world’s leading dairymen and calf raisers value Calf-Tel for their industry leading product innovations that make Calf-Tel housing the most durable, labor efficient and cost effective systems for raising healthy, productive calves. The Calf-Tel line of products includes a full array of indoor and outdoor housing units, along with related accessories. With an estimated 2 million calves raised in Calf-Tel housing each year, more calves are raised in Calf-Tel housing units than in any other brand available.


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