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ANLA announces Bayer scholarship program winners

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The program honors independent garden center owners and managers.

Lawn & Landscape | December 28, 2009

The American Nursery & Landscape Association (ANLA) and Bayer Advanced have announced the winners of the Bayer Advanced Scholars program for the 2010 Management Clinic.

In this second year of the program, the 25 winning, independent garden center owners and managers will receive a full registration to the ANLA Management Clinic, a Muggets networking badge and a private evening networking reception with ANLA leadership.

“Bayer Advanced's success is closely linked to the success of our customer base in the independent garden centers," said Chris Bremen, head of marketing for Bayer Advanced, states. "ANLA’s Management Clinic helps build successful garden centers. So this is a natural fit.”

Now in its 38th year, the ANLA Management Clinic will be held in Louisville Ky., Jan. 31-Feb. 3.

“This year our programming focuses on both the very real challenges presented by the economy and begins to look at what new opportunities might emerge on the front-edge of the recovery,” said Programming Committee co-chair Mark Sandstrum, Sickles Market.

For complete information about ANLA’s 2010 Management Clinic, and online registration, visit www.managementclinic.org.

The Winners of the 2010 Bayer Advanced Scholars program are:

  • John C. Meyer, Atlantic Nursery & Garden Shop Inc., Freeport, NY
  • Maureen Murphy, Bayview Farm and Garden, Langley, WA
  • Shannon Irving, Bern's Garden Center, Middletown, OH
  • Lynn Taylor, Gary's Gardens, Severna Park, MD
  • Bethany Munsell, Bordine Nursery, Clarkston, MI
  • Jeanna Maziarka, Breezy Hill Nursery, Salem, WI
  • Stuart Cofer, Cofer's Home and Garden, Athens, GA
  • Cortney Simon, Delhi Flower & Garden Center, Liberty Township, OH
  • Sharon Humphries, Direct Landscape Supply and Garden Centre, Oshawa, ON
  • Sabine Green, Farrand Farms, Kansas City,MO
  • Billie Danbom, Ferguson's Garden Center, Spirit Lake, IA
  • Melissa Hancock, Frazee Gardens, Brownsburg, IN
  • Kristopher Fuller, Full Features Nursery, Inc., Smithville, MO
  • Kacey Cloues, GardenHood, Atlanta, GA
  • Jim Jonker, Jonker's Garden, Holland, MI
  • Jordan Graffin, K&W Greenery, Janesville, WI
  • Alice Longfellow, Longfellow's Garden Center, Centertown, MO
  • Jenny Gunderson, My Garden Nursery, Mill Creek, WA
  • Scott Lillich, Orchard Nursery, Lafayette, CA
  • Maggie Miller, Rencks Landscaping and Garden Center, Hamilton, OH
  • Jeff Pope, Steve’s Ace Home & Garden, Dubuque, IA
  • Kate Terrell, Wallaces Garden Center, Bettendorf, IA
  • Diane Hutchinson, Walter’s Greenhouses, East Paris, ON
  • Jodee Fyfe, Westwood Gardens, Rathdrum, ID
  • Melanie VanHouten, Wilson Nurseries, Frankfort, KY


 

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