Harristown, Ill. — The Great Game of Business, Inc. named Jenner Ag as part of their All-Star Team at their Annual Conference. Each year the Great Game open-book community honors and celebrates the remarkable achievements of companies from around the globe that have fully embraced the principles of open-book management and The Great Game of Business and have demonstrated outstanding results. Previous winners include New Belgium Brewing, 1-800-Got-Junk, Whole Foods, Destination Harley Davidson and Kindermusik International.

“The continued acknowledgement from The Great Game of Business affirms my belief that this is the most successful way to run a company,” says Steve Jones, President of Jenner Ag. “Year after year, we see the benefits the Great Game of Business provides, and we will continue to find ways to expand our knowledge and invest in our associates through game play.”

“We recognized Jenner Ag for practicing open-book management at a very high level,” says Rich Armstrong, President at The Great Game of Business. “Jenner Ag has fully embraced the principles and practices of The Great Game of Business and has shown unwavering commitment to creating a winning workplace culture that delivers industry-leading financial performance and best-in-class employee engagement. They’ve created a business of businesspeople, empowering them to make better business decisions that drive better, lasting business results.”

For more than 59 years, Jenner Ag has served the agriculture industries in Illinois and Indiana as a leading provider of application equipment, including Case IH, New Leader, Raven and more. The company supports Central Illinois farmers and garden enthusiasts with Case IH, Kubota, Land Pride and eXmark products, and helps producers revolutionize their operations with the latest technology through Jenner Precision, partnering with Ag Leader, Precision Planting, 360 Yield Center and more. Locations include Harristown, Taylorville and Fairbury, Ill., with mobile service techs on the road throughout Illinois and Indiana.