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EuroAmerican Propagators to host Open House for growers, landscapers and retailers

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Event runs Sept. 8-10 in Bonsall, Calif.

Garden Center | July 30, 2010

EuroAmerican Propagators, Bonsall, Calif., invites the trade to its annual Open House beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 8, and running through Friday, Sept. 10 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event, held over three days, will focus on various areas of the industry with specialized days targeting the wholesale grower, retail garden centers and landscape professionals.

The display gardens at the facility will be featuring a wide range of EuroAmerican’s product lines, from the newest in Proven Winners color items to its exclusive line of succulents, grasses and drought tolerant plants.

Other Open House highlights include a facilities tour, trials and cultural discussions and a mock garden center setup displaying new merchandising ideas under the Proven Winners brand. Visitors will be able to take part in discussions with EuroAmerican’s production manager, Minerva Ramirez, and a retail trends discussion by Proven Winners’ director of marketing, Marshall Dirks.

Industry members are welcome at any of the three days, but key discussions will be focused as follows: Sept. 8 – Professional Grower Day, Sept. 9 – Retail Garden Center Day, Sept. 10– Landscape Professionals Day.

EuroAmerican Propagators is located at 32149 Aquaduct Road, Bonsall, Calif., 92003. All visitors should RSVP by emailing Cindy at cindy@pweuro.com or by calling the main office at (888) 323-0730. Hotel accommodations may be made through EuroAmerican’s office.

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