GIE+EXPO value increases in challenging economy

Updated Feb 20, 2013

Green industry professionals are feeling the weight of the economy on their businesses and purchasing plans for 2010, but missing GIE+EXPO 2009 could mean missing out on the latest industry news and deals. The reality of trade show attendance is the initial cost gets offset by the value generated by attending. This year’s show is October 29-31 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.

Attendees will have a first look at the industry’s latest innovations and new products in the brand-new New Products Arena, as well as being invited to manufacturers’ product launches and press conferences. With more than 600 exhibitors indoors and out GIE+EXPO is a landscaper’s playground, and the education and networking opportunities are unparalleled in our industry.

Some of this year’s show features include:
More than 600 exhibitors showcasing their latest innovations in one 425,700-square-foot hall
A 19-acre outdoor demonstration area with another 170 exhibits – open for the first two days of the show where attendees can test drive equipment before they buy
The Dealer Experience – Get Switched On, sponsored by Stihl and the Ariens Company, offers education and networking for dealers.

A comprehensive lineup of educational sessions for green industry professionals
Two free concerts, including Eddie Monday on Thursday night and Grass Roots on Friday night
Giveaways, including $5,000 from the Trucks of the Industry Giveaway
Pre-registration for a three-day pass to GIE+EXPO is $10 per person. Registration on site is $50 per person. To register online,

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