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Irrigation Association sets details for future shows

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Texas, Arizona and California will be the locations for the next three events.

| April 24, 2013

FALLS CHURCH, Va. – The Irrigation Association has released the dates and locations for the Irrigation Show and Education Conference in both 2014 and 2015. The 2014 Irrigation Show will be held in Phoenix, Nov. 17 – 21, 2014 while the 2015 Irrigation Show will be held in Long Beach, Calif., Nov. 9 – 13, 2015.

“We’re thrilled to host the Irrigation Show in both Phoenix and Long Beach,” said IA Executive Director Deborah Hamlin. “Each city brings different strengths and each provides a rich base of local attendees. These cities will serve as compelling backdrops as our industry comes together to explore new technologies and best practices that help drive solutions.”

Each Irrigation Show will continue to offer a concurrent education conference, offering irrigation seminars, certification exams and more, giving certified irrigation professionals many opportunities to earn CEUs in-person.

The 2013 Irrigation Show will be held in Austin, Texas, Nov. 4 – 8, and will include co-located events from the International Professional Pond Companies Association and the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association, in addition to traditional Irrigation Show events and presentations. To learn more, visit www.irrigationshow.org.
 

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