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  • The Price Isn’t Right

    Friday, Oct. 21, 9:30AM-10:30AM

    Customers are well aware their grocery bill has gone up, but how do they feel about getting that same price pinch from you?

    In a time when increasing prices for services is almost a must, there remains a right way — and a wrong way — to do it. Learn practical approaches to raising prices so your customers won’t run away because of sticker shock.

    Fee: $85

    Moderated by Seth Jones, Editor-in-Chief, Landscape Management

    Panelists: Sam Gembel, Owner, Atlas Outdoor Steve Steele, Bruce Wilson & Co. Nada Duna, COO, Gothic Landscape Barb Stropko, owner, New Desert Gallery

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    Grow With Us

    Equip Exposition is the experience of the year for the outdoor living, landscape and power equipment industry. It’s the industry’s proving ground. The one trade show where you can “test before you invest” in new products, innovations and even ideas for your business. Talk to the minds behind the products and tech—then walk outside to the nearly 30 acre Demo Yard to try it out. Add the education sessions, entertainment and networking, it’s basically where you’ll find the future of the business, right in Louisville.

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    Education tracks focused on Leadership, Technology, Profitability, Growing Your Team, Pool and Spa, Landscape Lighting, Tree Care, and Hardscaping.

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    Register for Equip Exposition,the most comprehensive, immersive and largest outdoor living trade show.

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