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MELA's Sustainable Maintenance Conference is set for Sept. 26.

| September 9, 2013

MELA's Second Annual Sustainable Maintenance Conference
Center for Green Technology, Chicago
Thursday, September 26, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Members: $50 with coupon code coming soon; Non-Members: $70
Box Lunch: $15 (order at registration here)

MELA Maintains on September 26 will teach sustainable techniques and feature the newest products on the market

This is a Conference based on sound theory but highlighting demonstrations, product displays and real information from sustainable practitioners who are building their businesses successfully.

Last year’s inaugural event is well-remembered by those who attended. Lively exchange and friendly debate filled the room at Shedd Aquarium. This year is sure to be that and much more. Here’s what’s new …

The MELA Maintains Industry Fair

Sustainable maintenance manufacturers and suppliers will be on hand to show you what’s up and what’s new.

The Sustainable Techniques Demonstrations

Seasoned contractors and designers will put their experience to work to show you three important sustainable practices. Demos will be held to coincide with the Industry Fair. Plans are to include various companies in each demonstration showing how team members work together to create a sustainable outcome. You won’t want to miss this.

Tours

WRD Environmental worked with CCGT to make this impressive venue available to MELA for the MELA Maintains Conference. Tours of their Green Roof and the Green Tech Resource Center will happen the entire morning of the Conference. In addition, CCGT will let Conference attendees in on how can get their products featured in the Center, a valuable sustainability resource for city departments, universities, and public and private organizations.

The Program

Keynote:
“You Gotta Believe!”

How to win customers for life by providing practical, sustainable landscape solutions.

Jacqueline Loewe, Founding Partner, Sheridan Park Consulting

Sustainable options continue to be the new frontier. Don’t be afraid step in. Loewe will show how to walk customers through this new world and earn a customer for life who will look to you for informed choices.

Industry/Customer Panel

Sure to be a stimulating discussion, this panel will include both customers and seasoned professionals from companies that are experts in providing sustainable maintenance, selling sustainable products and offering sustainable solutions to landscape problems.
 

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