Registration now open for ELEVATE

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The National Association of Landscape Professionals has opened registration for ELEVATE, which will take place November 3-6, 2024, in Charlotte, North Carolina. ELEVATE, powered by Caterpillar, provides a platform for industry leaders, innovators, and up-and-coming professionals to share knowledge and network.

This year, ELEVATE promises to be bigger and better than ever, featuring a lineup of insightful speakers, engaging sessions, and exciting networking opportunities. One of the highlights of this year's conference is the debut of the NALP Women's Forum, a pre-conference event designed to connect and inspire women in the landscape industry.

"We are thrilled to bring ELEVATE to Charlotte and to debut the NALP Women's Forum this year," said Britt Wood, CEO of NALP. "ELEVATE is more than a conference; it's a community where landscape professionals come together to learn, grow, and inspire one another.”

ELEVATE will feature a wide range of educational sessions with keynote speakers, including AI innovator Noelle Russell, best-selling author and happiness expert Shawn Achor, and ESPN reporter and mental health advocate Lauren Sisler. 

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Attendees will also be able to explore the latest technology and equipment at the Expo. Attendees can also go On Tour at Loving or Smith Grounds Management after ELEVATE concludes on Wednesday. 

Registration for ELEVATE is now open, with the best prices available through July 1. Companies bringing 10 or more attendees receive 10% off the lowest registration rates. 

ELEVATE receives support from our partners, including title sponsor Caterpillar as well as NALP's additional Elite Partners Aspire, Stanley Black and Decker and STIHL.ELEVATE also receives support from Gold Partners John Deere and Kress Commercial. 

To learn more about the conference and to secure your spot, visit

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