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Upcoming GIE+EXPO coverage from Lawn & Landscape

Industry News

We’ve got a lot to offer when it comes to coverage of the industry’s biggest show – whether you can make it to Louisville or not.

Chuck Bowen | October 22, 2010

 

RICHFIELD, Ohio – The green industry’s biggest show is right around the corner, and Lawn & Landscape will be in the thick of it. Here’s what we have on tap for attendees in Kentucky, and folks who can’t make it.
Chris Heiler, left, and Jason Cupp 
Video interviews
As part of our coverage of the 2010 GIE+EXPO, we’ll have two respected industry voices on the show floor and inour booth conducting video interviews with attendees and exhibitors.
 
Jason Cupp, former PLANET president and a former green industry CEO turned professional speaker and consultant, and Chris Heiler, founder of www.LandscapeLeadership.com, will be on hand Thursday, Oct. 28, interviewing industry leaders at Lawn & Landscape’s booth – number 1084.
 
We’ve got interviews lined up with some of the green industry’s leading
voices – Mike Rorie, Jim McCutcheon and Kris Kiser, just to name a few. 
 
Jason and Chris will also be hitting the show floor to find great stories from show attendees. Look for them around noon Thursday and let them know what you think. 
 
Show Dailies 
Check out the Show Daily Sneak Peek that we sent out earlier this week, and check your in-box as the show gets underway for digital versions of the Thursday and Friday editions, too. 
 
E-newsletters
Keep tabs on the latest new product introductions and news from the show with our daily digests e-newsletters. They’ll offer the best videos we produce at the show. Sign up for our e-newsletter and you’ll get it.
 
Twitter 
You can get up-to-the-minute coverage of the show on our Twitter feed by searching for the tag #gieexpo.
 
We've got a lot of great stuff coming down the pike, and we hope you enjoy it. See you in Louisville! 

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