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chance to grab a cup of coffee and feed their minds with knowledge from EXPO’s Keynote Speakers Clint Swindall discussing the The Power of Leadership and Jack Jostes speaking on Going Digital – A New Era in the Green Industry. These Keynote presentations were not the only avenues of increasing your knowledge during the EXPO, there were also two days of jam-packed EXPO Education Conference Sessions filled with expert speakers covering over 32 breakout Sessions and offering over 100 hours of CEU opportunities. A special thanks to Landmark Nurseries, Inc. for your support and sponsorship for EXPO’s Education Conference. Also new this year, EXPO offered a complimentary session on Labor sponsored by Federation of Employers & Workers of America (FEWA).

Mid-morning at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on Thursday at EXPO, you

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could hear the sounds of “Jumanji-like” drums as the ribbon was cut and the Tradeshow doors were open by the TNLA State Board of Directors and members of the San Antonio EXPO Ambassador Group.

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