"Big MoE," The Mosaic Company's Mobile Education Center, Expected to Welcome its 80,000th Visitor This Week at Polk County Agri

 "Big MoE," The Mosaic Company's Mobile Education Center, Expected to Welcome
           its 80,000th Visitor This Week at Polk County Agri-Fest

PR Newswire

Mar. 11

       The Mosaic Company's mobile interactive phosphate experience, The
WHAT:  Mosaic Express ("Big MoE"), is expected to reach the 80,000 visitor
       mark at the Polk County Agri-Fest this week.
       One of Polk County's fourth graders will very likely be the 80,000th
       visitor to enter the fun-filled mobile exhibit and will receive a
       special prize package for helping achieve this exciting milestone.
       The Mosaic Express debuted in Florida in January 2010 and has since
       traveled more than 43,000 miles throughout central and southwest
       Florida – and as far away as customer locations in the nation's Farm
       belt – presenting its educational story to visitors of all ages at
       schools, fairs, festivals, community and agri-business events. The
       custom 42-foot motor coach, outfitted with an array of interactive
       museum-quality exhibits, takes children and adults on a fun and
       educational journey through the history, operations and benefits of one
       of Florida's most important industries and its importance to global
       farming and food production.
WHEN:  March 11-15 and March 18-22
       9:30 a.m. – Noon
WHERE: Polk County Agri-Fest
       Polk County IFAS Extension Office
       1702 Highway 17-98 South
       Bartow, FL

The Mosaic Express may be available upon request for schools, fairs,
conferences and festivals in one of these Florida counties: Hardee, Manatee,
DeSoto, Charlotte, Sarasota, Polk, or Hillsborough. For more information about
The Mosaic Express, visit http://www.mosaicco.com/florida/mobile_exhibit.htm.

The Mosaic Company, through its Florida-based subsidiary Mosaic Fertilizer,
LLC, is the world's leading producer of phosphate crop nutrients. America's
farmers rely on Florida phosphate to help grow their food crops. Phosphate is
a natural product for which there is no man-made substitute, making phosphate
reserves in Florida of strategic importance to critical sectors of the state
and national economy, including farming, manufacturing, shipping, trucking and
rail. Mosaic employs more than 3,000 Central Florida residents, and tens of
thousands of Floridians work in other jobs dependent upon the industry. For
more information, go to www.mosaicco.com/florida

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Callie Neslund
The Mosaic Company
Office: (863) 844-5327
Cell: (863) 797-5618

/PRNewswire-- March 11, 2013/

SOURCE The Mosaic Company

Website: http://www.mosaicco.com
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