TNLA postpones annual expo due to ongoing coronavirus concerns

TNLA postpones annual expo due to ongoing coronavirus concerns

The event is now scheduled to take place Aug. 5-7, 2021, in San Antonio, Texas.

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According to an industry-wide email disseminated by the Texas Nursery and Landscape Association, the 2020 show will be canceled for this year due to the coronavirus. Read the announcement below, issued by Jay Williams, chairman, and Amy Graham, president:

“For over 65 years, the Nursery/Landscape EXPO has been the source of innovation, education,
new products and inspiration for the Texas Green Industry. During those few days in August
we have embraced the legacy and camaraderie of joining together as friends and making
business connections, while upholding the values of time-honored traditions and making
long-lasting memories. Thank you for your unwavering commitment to TNLA and to EXPO
through the years.

As we navigated our way through the coronavirus pandemic TNLA worked tirelessly to keep
our members’ businesses “essential”, however, large gatherings and close proximity are not
encouraged at this time. It is with sadness that we announce the cancellation of the 2020
Nursery/Landscape EXPO that was scheduled for August 13-14, 2020, in San Antonio, Texas.

As with other Green Industry shows, this decision was not made lightly. Many people were
consulted such as: our exhibitors, attendees, State Board of Directors, our attorneys and the
Governor’s Executive Orders. The Directors felt this ruling was the most feasible and
responsible for exhibitors, partners, attendees, staff and the Green Industry community.

TNLA has a proud tradition of producing the largest gathering in the South-Central United
States. TNLA and the State Board of Directors eagerly anticipates a robust 2021 Nursery/Landscape EXPO!

We look forward to continuing to “Find our Greatness” in San Antonio on August 5-7, 2021.
Note: Exhibitors and Sponsors will receive a separate email regarding payments already made
for the 2020 show.”

For more information, visit the TNLA website here.