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The Canadian Greenhouse Conference 2012 #CGC2012

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The Canadian Greenhouse Conference 2012 #CGC2012

Time: October 3, 2012 to October 4, 2012
Location: Scotiabank Convention Centre
City/Town: Niagara Falls
Website or Map: http://www.canadiangreenhouse…
Event Type: greenhouse, conference
Organized By: Canadian Greenhouse Conference
Latest Activity: Jun 25, 2012

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Located at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in exciting Niagara Falls, Canada, the CGC offers two days of informative, motivating sessions and a large trade show with over 300 booth spaces.  

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In addition to the sessions and trade show, the Canadian Greenhouse Conference presents 3  fun events to enhance your conference experience.
  • Bus Tour - a conference tradition, the full day excursion tours 4 operations                                                               ( 2 vegetable, 2 flower)                    Sponsored by Fafard.
  • Happy Hour! - Wednesday, October 3rd at 4 pm on the Trade Show floor.  It's been a great day - relax.     Cash bar
  • Wednesday Banquet and Entertainment - Held at the Marriott Gateway on the Falls Hotel, it is the ideal way to keep the fun going.  Entertainment by The Second City - the legendary comedy troupe from Toronto.  Don't worry - there will still be time after the show to enjoy all that Niagara Falls has to offer.

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