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New Jersey Landscape 2001 - Trade Show

Chuck Smith

2000 Club Member
Location
NJ
The 24th Annual NJ Landscape Trade Show & Conference is being held today. It is sponsored by the NJLCA.
You can pay at the door. There will be a lot of equipment on display, and it's a great chance to meet, and network with your peers.

From 8:30 Am - 4:30 PM

Meadowlands Exposition Center
355 Plaza Drive, Secaucus, NJ 07094
(201) 223-1000

You can see a map, and get driving directions here.


http://yp10.superpages.com/supermap...&AD=&GV=0&GL=&FN=&level=9&map.x=212&map.y=125



Long link, sorry, but it will take you to the map you might need.

~Chuck
 

steveair

Senior Member
How bout those Tri - state Mulch girls........

Also, I suddenly have the urge to buy a bobcat....wonder if those hot red leather pants are included in the price?

Got to love the "hired guns" these guys bring to the shows!

steveair
 

BRL

PlowSite.com - Veteran
Location
Somerset, NJ
The SIMA booth had a direct line of site to the Mulch Girls, so I'm sure that made it more bearable for the guys manning it. Steve, I talked to the guy that sold you the Dingo, but I had gotten there late & he figured you were probably gone already.
 

crash22201

Junior Member
I went to the show. was pretty kool.thinking about buying
one of those 973 bobcats.
What did u guys think about the ladies from powerco?
They were signing calenders.
Very good show. lots of people though.
bye guys.
 
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Chuck Smith

Chuck Smith

2000 Club Member
Location
NJ
Those Powerco girls had a line around the row waiting for signatures. The mulch girls had them beat hands down IMO.
Besides, as BRL said, the mulch girls were diagonally across from us! The Powerco girls were sitting down most of the time, behind a table. The mulch girls on the other hand.... didn't have any chairs.

All in all a great show. Tons of equipment, and a great interest in SIMA. The new SIMA booth catches the eye, and having the Basic Plowing Techniques video playing, had even more people stopping to learn about SIMA. Even a few "wives of plowers" stopped by to look at the video, and grab some SIMA info.

~Chuck
 

crash22201

Junior Member
the mulch girls were #1 they were very good sales
reps. I don't think that every one was into the mulch but the girls... I was looking at that video pretty good.
I am gona join very soon. lots of good stuff
there. It was more like a skid steer battle.
who's is bigger and better.
I will definately go next year again..
bye,
bob
 

FIREMAN

Member
Certainly worth the trip to the show.....lots of equipment on display..good networking oppurtunity and of course there were the girls....my wife was one of those looking at the SIMA booth....thought learning to plow might be better done (at least basically) from a vdieo than from spending hours in the truck with me..lol..all in all a very worthy trip with lots of good info and sources for plants and equipment..also since my wife was there I think I am now suffering from whiplash as I tried to catch the girls as they/we walked by.lol
 
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