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PLNA plans annual meeting

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Market trends will be discussed and awards will be presented at the Nov. 13 event.

| October 2, 2012

LANCASTER, Penn. -- The Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association (PLNA) is having its annual meeting and celebration Nov. 13 at Lancaster County Convention Center. The event, which runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., will include a cocktail reception and dinner with special guest Kip Creel, founder of the Standpoint Group. Creel will share the latest market trends affecting the green industry and what you should be doing to keep your business relevant in these fast changing times. Afterward, PLNA will honor industry professionals who have achieved excellence with Professional Awards, Foundation Scholarships, and the Awards for Landscape Excellence.

The PLNA Annual Meeting of the Members will immediately precede the evening's celebration at 5 p.m. at the Lancaster County Convention Center. There is no cost to attend the annual meeting; however, tickets will be required for the PLNA Membership Celebration. Tickets for the celebration are $60 per PLNA member and $70 per non-member (indicated as "guest" in this registration software). A late registration fee of $15 will be added to the above fees for anyone registering onsite.

PLNA members and award winners are encouraged to bring family and friends to the celebration. The PLNA member rate will be extended to spouses and immediate family members. All other guests would be considered non-members and should register at the non-member/guest rate. For more information, visit www.plna.com/annualmeeting. If you have any questions, please contact Michele Hines via e-mail mhines@PLNA.com or by calling 800.898.3411 ext. 103.

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