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iLandscape: The Illinois Landscape Show announces dates and location.

| March 15, 2013

OAK BROOK, Ill. – The Illinois Landscape Contractors Association (ILCA) has announced the dates and location for its new green industry tradeshow iLandscape: The Illinois Landscape Show.
iLandscape will be held at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center and Hotel in Schaumburg, Illinois from February 5-7, 2014.

For vendors, the venue is exhibitor-friendly with relaxed rules for set-up and dismantling of exhibit space. At the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center, exhibitors will experience an event venue that marries cutting-edge flair with an exhibitor-friendly attitude and atmosphere, according to the ILCA.

The ILCA said the strongest benefit to the show is that all amenities are under one roof. There are no shuttle busses or gated parking garages. The new venue is reminiscent of tradeshows of old where fun, networking, and business were centralized in one place and carried on long after the show doors closed for the evening.

“ILCA explored every conceivable venue to host this exciting new show. Ultimately, we decided upon one that was modern, state-of-the-art, convenient, and allowed us to offer a top-notch show for attendees and exhibitors,” said Scott Grams, executive director, ILCA. “Once attendees see the convention facilities they will realize that iLandscape has found its home for many years to come.”

For more information contact ILCA Events Manager Terre Houte at thoute@ilca.net.
 

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