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NYSTGA Trade Show, Jan 8th...

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by SCAPEASAURUSREX, Jan 2, 2003.


    from NJ
    Messages: 196

    Whos planning on going ???

    Its' the one in White Plains NY..
  2. gslam88

    gslam88 Senior Member
    Messages: 168

    re you talking about this

    Professional Turf and Landscape Conference and Trade Show
    Details: The New York Turf and Landscape Association in conjunction with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Westchester County and the Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation will present the 35th Annual Conference and Trade Show. Nationally recognized experts will present seminars on a wide range of practical techniques, new equipment and pioneering research on turf, trees, shrubs and integrated pest management. CLT recertification credits will be awarded for all seminars.

    Hours: Wednesday, 6:30 am- 4 pm

    Cost: $45 for NYSTLA members by Dec. 13, non-members $50; $50 NYSTLA Members and $65 non-members at the door.
    Location: Westchester County Center

    White Plains, NY
    Organization: Organization: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Westchester County
    Additional Information: 993-9455
    E-mail: www.nyslta.com

    from NJ
    Messages: 196

    Yup , Sorry had a few letters off on the asscociatons name.. LOL.. But yeah , thats the one... It's only $20.oo I think just for the trade show...... So you commin ?
  4. a palustris

    a palustris Member
    Messages: 74

    I will be there from the beginning to the end. It is only $20 if you come after lunch. If you do plan on attending, be prepared to pay outrageous prices for hot dogs and pretzels. I know that Shemmin Nursery will be there, as well as Vermeer North Atlantic. Probably can think of a half dozen other regulars as well... Jim Reed's, Pine Bush Equipment, Whispering Pine Power Equipment, bunch of dealers from down county, etc.
  5. plowking35

    plowking35 2000 Club Member
    from SE CT
    Messages: 2,923

    Thats alot of scratch to attend a trade show. Most times the show is free, the seminars are what cost the money.