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CENTS Trade Show, Conference a Hit in Columbus

Mon February 06, 2012 - Midwest Edition

Steve Huml welcomes attendees to JCB of Ohio’s exhibit.
Steve Huml welcomes attendees to JCB of Ohio’s exhibit.
Steve Huml welcomes attendees to JCB of Ohio’s exhibit. Highway Equipment Company’s Jim Langer came in from Zelionople, Pa., to help out at the Finn Corporation’s exhibit. (L-R): Ohio CAT’s Alan Rhodes, Chris Murray and Brian Gillard have a number of equipment-based solutions to discuss with attendees at the show. Dale Fortune (L) and Eric Bischoff of Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. have a number of John Deere machines on hand for viewing. (L-R): Ricart’s Margo Roby gets an assist from Zoresco’s Steve King and Bruce Kelley of Ford at Ricart’s booth. Rick Clements (L) of Vermeer Sales and Service joins George Jones of Vermeer Hartland to talk about the latest improvements to the Vermeer S800 TX mini-skid steer. Lenny Gerrard Jr. (L) and Scott Lipker of Bobcat Enterprises talk about the lineup of Bobcat and Doosan machines.

The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association teamed up with the Ohio State University Nursery Short Course Program to hold the annual CENTS Marketplace trade show and conference Jan. 23 to 25 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio.

During the three-day event, exhibitors displayed their products and services at more than 800 booths covering 216,000 sq. ft. of exhibitor space. Educational seminars also were offered. The Ohio State University Nursery Short Course featured more than 100 technical training and business instruction sessions, many of which provided attendees with continuing education.