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While Business is Slow, Go to the Show.

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While your work or business may still be slow, there are signs that the landscape business is picking up. According to a survey conducted by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), inquiries for new work jumped 72.7 percent in the first quarter of 2010, which represents a 25.3 increase from the same quarter in 2009.

Attending the 2010 Landscape Expo coming up October 6 – 7 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, CA, would be a very wise decision for landscape business owners, managers and workers.

As a business owner, it’s all about the bottom line. With literally hundreds of companies exhibiting their landscaping products and services at the Expo, you can gain a competitive edge by seeing and learning about the latest products and technology that can save you time and money in your business. This is just as important for landscape workers such as superintendents, groundskeepers and managers who work for cities, schools and facilities. Employees who make the effort to stay abreast of new products and technology and attend related educational seminars, are viewed as valuable assets to their employers. This can have significant impact in regards to job security and job promotions.

This year, the Landscape Expo is offering more than 45 educational seminars in eight distinct knowledge tracks such as Business/Adding Profit Centers, Turf Care, Tree Care, Contractor Specific Techniques, Sustainability, Landscape Design, Irrigation and Outdoor Living, a new track added this year.

So, while business is slow (for now), go to the show. To get free exhibit hall admission ($10 savings), enroll in seminars and even book a hotel room, you can pre-register at Once at the website, click on the button “2010 Landscape Expo” where you will find complete show information. See you there!

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