The purpose of the association is to promote the best interest of the industry from production to consumption. The association is constantly seeking improvements in the growing, grading, handling, transportation, distribution, and sale of watermelons. GWA works to increase efficiency within the industry for better profits and to provide the consumer with a better product for greater sales.
Georgia Bulldogs love #GeorgiaWatermelon 🍉🏈
The Georgia Bulldogs celebrated the end of their football practice on Saturday, August 17 with the annual watermelon cutting after their two-hour scrimmage.. Temperatures hovered around 96 degrees during the Saturday afternoon workout at Dooley Field. The team was able to cool down and re-hydrate after practice with the freshly cut Georgia watermelons provided by the Coggins' family from their farm in Franklin County. The 2019 Georgia Watermelon Association Queen Meredith McGlamory continued the 19 year old tradition of the queen joining the Bulldogs for the cutting. Several Bulldogs made sure to have their picture taken with McGlamory before leaving the stadium.
Georgia Watermelon Association's purpose is to promote the best interest of the industry. We are constantly working to keep you informed on initiatives such as education, research, promotions and legislative updates.
JOIN TODAY! Membership in the GWA is open to anyone interested in, and/or associated with the production and promotion of watermelons.
Each year a Georgia Watermelon Queen is selected to represent the association as their ambassador, encouraging the consumption and sales of watermelon. During the summer months the queen tours Georgia and the United States for the promotion of the Watermelon Industry.
This is the summer of #GeorgiaWatermelonSweeps! Each week we will be hosting a GWA giveaway if you show us how you're using Georgia Watermelon this summer! Click on the headline above to learn more!