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Hardscaping/landscaping Tradeshows

Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by ALLPro Landscaping, Apr 13, 2008.

  1. ALLPro Landscaping

    ALLPro Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 813

    Does anyone no of any trade shows and semminars in the north east.
  2. Turboguy

    Turboguy LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,972

    There is not much going on for a while. One of the best shows in the NE is New England Grows in Boston in Feb. There is a Providence show in March. There is a small landscape Association show in Rochester around November. In July is the PA Green Expo in Harrisburg and Pants in Atlantic city also around July. For snow squipment the Sima show is in Buffalo in June. That is about what I can think of.
  3. ALLPro Landscaping

    ALLPro Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 813

    How can I get info for these shows. is their a web site that post all these shows. Im very new in this buisness and just starting to get into the magazine world. but I havent seen anything about shows.
  4. Turboguy

    Turboguy LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,972

    I will post this simply because it is a link to some of the shows but here is a list that covers some of them. There is a link on this page where you can get information directly from the show about attending.


    The SIMA show is good on snow removal equipment and is coming up in June and not too far from you.

    The best all around show for equipment is the International Lawn and Garden expo in Louisville in October. They have both outdoor and indoor displays and you can run a lot of the equipment.

    The best mixed show is New England Grows. It has equipment, plants and hardscapes and is quite large.

    The PA Green Expo just started a couple of years ago. I have not been to it personally but I think they also have some outdoor stuff. It may grow into something but is still in the early stages.

    Here is a link to the small NY Landscapers show http://www.nystla.com/toc.htm I will say you can walk it in 30 minutes. There is also a NJ landscape Assn show and one out on Long Island, both in the winter.

    Hope this helps

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