On with the Show!

By Kmitta, John | Landscape & Irrigation, September 2012 | Go to article overview

On with the Show!


Kmitta, John, Landscape & Irrigation


GIE+EXPO will be held Oct. 25-26, 2012 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. (There is also a dealers only day on the show floor on Oct. 24).

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The Hardscape North America (HNA) Show will once again co-locate with GIE+EXPO, while the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) will be hosting its Green Industry Conference and the Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) will be hosting its School of Grounds Management. With so much to see and do in Louisville, we've tried to summarize the key points of interest for landscape and irrigation professionals in our show preview coverage beginning on page 8.

That's entertainment

In addition to everything there is to see and do during show hours, GIE+EXPO and HNA are also treating attendees to another round of evening concerts in downtown Louisville at 4th Street Live! On Wednesday, October 24, the band "Kansas," known for its multi-million-selling single, "Dust in the Wind," will perform beginning at 9 p.m. Country group "The Trishas" will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 25, followed at 9 p.m. by "The Eli Young Band." And GIE+EXPO provides an added treat with a third night of music as country/rock star Candy Coburn performs Friday, October 26 at 8 p.m.

Hardscape education

HNA is offering hardscape contractors and installers an opportunity to learn efficiency-increasing, profit-boosting installation techniques, while also earning continuing education credits. …

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