San antonio, tx

The ultimate learning experience for landscape professionals,
by landscape professionals.

Join landscape pros from around the country for this one-of-a-kind conference led by award-winning entrepreneur Marty Grunder and The Grow Group, along with some of the most successful leaders in the green industry. You’ll enjoy three days of innovative sessions focused on real-world solutions to the challenges owners and their teams face; a behind-the-scenes tour of Summit Landscape and Design; and a truly inspiring line-up of speakers.

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Since attending GROW! 2019 in Denver, the course of my life and my business has changed drastically. I really want to thank all of you for this awesome opportunity.”
— Larry Petretti, Petretti Landscape & Pools, Diamond Springs, CA
Can't wait for next year already. Always love to get together to learn and network. One of the best things in life is to see the growth and success of friends. ”
— Trent Christensen, One Grounds Management, Boise, ID

GROW! 2023 Speakers

Marty Grunder, The Grow Group
Vince Torchia, The Grow Group
Emily Lindley, The Grow Group
Calvin Bradley, Summit Landscape
Andrew Bray, NALP
Michael Bosco, McFarlin Stanford
James Cali, McFarlin Stanford
Bryce Carnehl, Hunter Industries
Travis Cleven, Ariens Co
Tommy Cole, McFarlin Stanford
Jason Cromley, Hidden Creek
Jason Dailey, Dunlay Material
Josh Dowling, Summit Landscape
Gene Freeman, Complete Landsculpture
David Garza, McFarlin Stanford
Jeremy Garza, Summit Landscape
Marie Grove, Summit Landscape
Peter Guinane, for LMN and Greenius
Liz Helton, McFarlin Stanford
Michael Hupf, Lifescape Colorado
Damien Leibold, SiteOne
Trevor Koolmees, Vermeer
Mark Linkletter, Ariens Co
Ryan Malone, Malone's Landscape
David Marlow, McFarlin Stanford
Josh McDonel, Summit Landscape
Taylor Milliken, Milosi
Chase Mullin, Mullin
Jennifer Murray, McFarlin Stanford
Jason New, McFarlin Stanford
LeAnn Ostheimer, Lifescape Colorado
Gage Roberts, Aspire Software
Megan Parker
Jonathan Peterson, Summit Landscape
Josiah Peterson, Summit Landscape
Seth Pflum, Grunder Landscaping
Roger Phelps, STIHL
Chris Psencik, McFarlin Stanford
Reid Sherer, Summit Landscape
Matt Teague, Summit Landscape
Joel Templeton, Summit Landscape
Ethan Vaughan, Summit Landscape
Tracy Wallingford

GROW! 2023 Agenda

We're still finalizing sessions for GROW! 2023, and the agenda below is subject to change. 

If you haven't been to the GROW! Annual Conference before, expect sessions to cover best practices for landscapers in hiring, retaining team members, building strong company cultures, marketing and branding, training team members, managing financial performance, improving the efficiency of crews, and much more.

We are adding sessions and descriptions as they're finalized, and in 2023 we'll have SEVEN breakout sessions running concurrently in each grouping. We'll be announcing a full schedule of sessions and speakers soon!

  Tuesday, February 28, 2023
10:00 a.m.–1:15 p.m. VIP and ACE Peer Group Member Badge Pick-Up
Skip the line! VIPs and ACE Peer Group members can pick up their badges earlier than other attendees. 
 11:00 a.m.–1:15 p.m. Name Badge Pick-Up
1:00 p.m. LoneStar Ballroom Opens for Seating
Come on in, find a seat, and enjoy some live music while we wait for the real show to start.
1:30–2:00 p.m. Welcome to GROW! 2023
We have an exciting three days planned for our attendees, and our time together will fly by. Get energized and get ready to GROW!
2:00–2:20 p.m. Break
2:20–3:05 p.m.

Breakout Sessions I

Soft Skills: The Interpersonal Skills Everyone Should Have to Be Successful in Life and Business
Grunder Landscaping has focused on teaching their team members work skills for years, but they recently added soft-skills workshops to their training program. They've found that a little bit of training helps their team to work more cohesively and communicate better with clients. In this session, Marty Grunder will teach the soft skills that he teaches his own team and will give you the tools to lay out your own soft skills workshop for your team.
Lone Star Ballroom

Work Perks: Top Tips on Effective Hiring to Beat Out the Competition for Your Open Roles
Learn ways to improve job design and interview process that will help you fill your open roles with David Garza of McFarlin Stanford. He'll cover how to go through the selection process, offer and call out effective recruiting tips to give you the best shot at filling your open roles.
Breakout Room A

Efficiency Masters: How Maintenance Companies Streamline Operations
Malone's Landscape in Seattle, WA has the maintenance model figured out. The renewing revenue that comes from maintenance work is appealing to many companies, but being cost-competitive and staying efficient on each visit is important to the company's competitive advantage and profitability. In this session, Ryan Malone and Jason New will share how they manage maintenance services to keep clients happy and also keep the company on track.
Breakout Room B

Safety Training: How to Create a Program Approved by Safety Steve
Vermeer Corporation has safety in mind in everything they do. In this session, learn from Trevor Koolmees how you can create your own safety training program so that your team members are working safely out in the field.
Breakout Room C

Bad Economies Happen to Good People: Managing Cash Whether the Economy Goes Up, Down, or Sideways
In this session, you will learn the principles of cash flow and how to leverage cash as the overall health of the US economy changes or stays the same. Led by Jennifer Murray, this session will show you how to manage your cash accordingly so you can thrive whether the economy goes up, down, or sideways.
Breakout Room D

Not Just Order Takers: Sales and Marketing Efforts to Drive Business Growth, No Matter the Economy
The economy has been great for years now, and that may continue, or it may not. Either way, the landscaping companies that continue to get ahead will be the ones that align their sales and marketing efforts, go after the business they want, and communicate well with their ideal clients. In this session, Emily Lindley will share best practices for aligning your sales and marketing efforts to reach your goals for 2023.
Breakout Room E

Lights Out: How to Use FX Luminaire's Free Tool to Quickly Sell More Lighting Projects (Hint - lighting makes great winter work!)
Landscape lighting extends the value of a landscape, allowing us to enjoy and feel safe in these spaces as night falls. This value relates directly to project profitability as landscape end-users see and realize the importance of investing in these spaces. Join us as we review fantastic lighting techniques and go-to-market approaches to expand your outdoor lighting services.
Breakout Room F

3:05–3:25 p.m. Break
3:25–4:10 p.m.

Breakout Sessions II

An Engaged Team is an Efficient Team: A Case Study on How Our 2023 Hosts Summit Landscape & Design Drove Engagement Within their Team
An engaged team is a more productive and stable one, and studies have shown that higher engagement leads to lower turnover. In this session, Megan Parker and Tracy Wallingford will show how Summit Landscape & Design used the Gallup Survey to take feedback directly from the team to improve engagement.
Lone Star Ballroom

Award-Winners: How Companies Design and Build Beautiful Properties While Scaling Their Operation
There's no question, these companies do beautiful work. They work on beautiful properties, and they make them even more stunning. In this session, Gene Freeman from Complete Landsculpture, Jason Cromley of Hidden Creek Landscapes, and LeAnn Ostheimer from Lifescape Colorado will share how their family-run business has scaled up their design-build work as the company's grown, and what they do to manage their sales and installation process. This panel will be moderated by Tommy Cole.
Breakout Room A

Make Water, Make Money: How to Link Automation, Labor Efficiency, and GROW Irrigation Profits 3x!
Learn how the industry’s top 150 use SmartLink technology to link automation, labor efficiency, and sustainability for 3x profitability. We all know irrigation labor is the hardest to find and most expensive, so now is the time to take action and make money! Join Weathermatic’s Brodie Bruner as he shares how you can use smart irrigation technology and mobile app-based inspections with automated proposals to generate 20% of your maintenance revenue through high-profit water-management services. You’ll leave with a formal program you can execute immediately to achieve your customer retention and business development goals—with no additional labor or upfront capital investment.
Breakout Room B

Production Hour Management: Maximize Every Hour, Every Time
While our companies do landscaping work, what we're all really selling is hours. When it gets down to it, you have to plan to manage every hour, every time to be successful in the landscaping industry. Join Gage Roberts and the Aspire team to learn how to not only manage hours but educate your operations team on how to live and die by them. 

Breakout Room C

Adding Profit Centers to Your Business
Once you have established your business base, our industry has other profit centers that are natural add-ons. Whether it’s tree work, maintenance, construction, pest control or lawn care, this session, led by Chris Psencik and Michael Bosco, will show you how to evaluate and grow new profit centers to expand your existing business and grow your company.
Breakout Room D

On the Defensive: How to Lock Down Your Key Employees
You've likely heard it before: Employees don't leave companies, they leave managers. In a tight labor market, your key talent is likely getting calls and LinkedIn messages from headhunters. How do you make sure your company is where they want to stay? In this session, Vince Torchia and Jennifer Murray will speak to the leadership and financial tactics you and your company should be taking now to play defense and retain your key team members.
Breakout Room E

Life-Cycle of A Business: A Letter from Future You
Most entrepreneurs have a vision for their business when starting. It is always a glass-half-full view, or they wouldn’t have started. In reality, many ‘surprises’ can cause the plan to go off track, and either the road to success is longer and more difficult, or they fail altogether. There are ways to avoid the ‘surprises’ or be prepared to respond before it causes problems, including systems for managing CRM, Schedule, Accounting, Time Keeping etc. The key is connecting your staff, your management team, your customers and your subs to the system and each other. This session will be lead by Peter Guinane in conjunction with LMN/Greenius.
Breakout Room F

4:10–4:30 p.m. Break
4:30–4:35 p.m. Sponsor Spotlight: McFarlin Stanford
4:35–4:55 p.m. Keynote Session
4:55–5:08 p.m. What You'll See Tomorrow at Summit Landscape & Design
Get to know Summit Landscape & Design in this brief preview of what attendees will see and hear on the tour on day 2.
5:08–5:13 p.m. Sponsor Spotlight: STIHL
5:15–6:30 p.m. Cocktail Reception Sponsored by STIHL
Connect with fellow attendees, event speakers, sponsors, and the Summit Landscape team over drinks. 
Meet new friends over dinner. We'll make reservations at restaurants around town for small groups, sign up in the event app to join one. Each diner pays their own way.
  Wednesday, March 1, 2023
6:30–7:30 a.m. Breakfast
Network with fellow attendees over coffee and breakfast.
6:30 a.m. VIP Buses Leave for Tour of Summit Landscape & Design
This year, VIP ticket holders will head to our company tour early to watch the Summit team's morning rollout and enjoy breakfast onsite. You'll get an even closer look at how this team uses their morning routines to build and sustain company culture.
7:20 a.m. Buses Leave for Tour of Summit Landscape & Design
8:00–11:00 a.m. Company Tour of Summit Landscape & Design
Take a deep dive into Summit Landscape & Design. You'll hear from their leadership during stations devoted to how they handle: marketing, leadership, fleet management, design and maintenance sales, construction and maintenance operations, finance, employee success, and the client experience. We'll visit and tour their facility and see firsthand how they're set up for success and growth.
12:00–1:20 p.m. Lunch at the Hotel
We'll return to the hotel for lunch and afternoon sessions. Network with fellow attendees or take a break to catch up on calls and emails; our lunch hour is flexible!
1:20–1:25 p.m. Sponsor Spotlight: Gravely
1:25–2:00 p.m. Start, Stop, Keep
Take notes while on the tour! This is your chance to ask any questions that didn't get answered during the tour and provide feedback on what you think the Summit team should start, stop, and keep doing to improve their business.
2:00–2:20 p.m. Break
2:20–3:05 p.m.

Breakout Sessions III

Quality Matters: Creating Quality Standards You Can Train Your Team To
If your unique value proposition is all about quality work: this session is for you! Marty Grunder of The Grow Group and Grunder Landscaping Co. will share the quality standards they hold their team to for residential work and how they train their teams to deliver on every job they do.
Lone Star Ballroom

From Gas to Battery.  Considerations, Challenges, Opportunities
Many states have already begun the movement of transitioning equipment and cars from gas-powered to electric. With this movement taking full force in states such as California as early as 2024, many landscape companies are not ready for this transition. Whether deciding for a market advantage, in response to customer requests, or in response to regulatory pressures, Roger Phelps (STIHL), Andrew Bray (NALP), and Dan Mabe (AGZA) will discuss some of the considerations, challenges, and opportunities to aid you in the process of transitioning to an electric fleet or equipment.
Breakout Room A

Time Management for Landscape Teams: How to Manage Teams and Time to Win
Manage your time more effectively and establish a rhythm within your team that will make everyone more productive and efficient. In this session, Jason New and Jim Cali will walk through how leaders can improve communication and run efficient meetings to give everyone more time back in their days.
Breakout Room B

Learning to Lead Through Strengths
Research shows that managers are the single most influential factor contributing toward team engagement and performance. Whether you're looking to better your company culture, increase employee engagement, or improve relationships with customers, it all hinges on the quality of the managers. Join Megan Parker and Tracy Wallingford as we explore the 7 key things managers need to do to positively influence their team.
Breakout Room C

Stair Stepping Growth: How to Know When It's Time for Your Next Hire
Many companies have worked hard and managed rapid growth over the past few years, leaving many asking, "When should I hire a general manager? A salesperson? An HR expert?" In this session, Vince Torchia and Chris Psencik will boil down how you should be watching to know when it's time to hire the next salesperson or operations manager. You'll leave with a clearer understanding of whether it's time to hire or whether you should wait a bit longer.
Breakout Room D

Fluent in Finance: How to Read and Understand Financial Statements
Understanding what key financial statements, like your profit and loss statement, are telling you is critically important both for owners and for landscape leaders. In this session, Liz Helton and Tommy Cole will break down the key financial statements you should know how to read, what to look for, and what the numbers mean for your business. By the end, you'll have a better understanding of your financial statements and how to use the information in them to make business decisions.
Breakout Room E

Okay, What am I Worth? Basics of Your Company Value and How to Grow It
Join Jennifer Murray to learn the basics of how the valuation process should work. She'll arm you with knowledge so you know what to expect, and what warning signs to look for. This is not just for those looking to buy or sell their company, but for those who want to understand what their company is worth and how they can drive more value. 
Breakout Room F

3:05–3:25 p.m. Break
3:25–3:30 p.m. Sponsor Spotlight: Weathermatic
3:30–3:40 p.m. Year in Review
Hear from past GROW! hosts about what the past year has held for their business. They'll share the progress they've made since we toured their facility, and what they've learned as they've implemented changes. 
3:40–3:55 p.m. It's a Surprise!
GROW! is about more than learning - it's also about having fun with the friends you make when we're all together. We'll have a fun surprise to keep you laughing and entertained, you'll have to join us to see what it is!
3:55–4:05 p.m. Where We're Headed: GROW! 2024
Be the first to know where GROW! 2024 will be held and get to know next year's tour host. 
4:05–4:50 p.m. Bless the Broken Road: Mistakes and Lessons Learned over Nearly 40 Years in Landscaping
As Grunder Landscaping Co. approaches its year in business, Marty Grunder has reflected on all of the mistakes they’ve made along the way. You may have heard him joke before that if we were to hold an event to talk about all of his failures, it would be a 3-year course. Well, consider this session the 45-minute preview of that course, filled with funny stories (like when they cut down the wrong trees for a client...twice), practical advice, and things he wishes he had learned sooner. All throughout, he’ll share what he’s learned and how you can apply those lessons to your own company as you prepare to face 2023.
4:50–4:55 p.m. Sponsor Spotlight: Aspire Software
4:55–6:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception Sponsored by Aspire Software
Connect with fellow attendees, event speakers, sponsors, and the Summit Landscape team over drinks. 
Meet new friends over dinner. We'll make reservations at restaurants around town for small groups; sign up in the event app to join one. Each diner pays their own way. These dinners are a great way to meet new people!
6:30–8:30 p.m. Evening in the Ivy
Join Marty Grunder, the Summit Team, and other event VIPs at an exclusive after-hours event just for VIP ticket holders. Heavy hors d'oeuvres will be served alongside an open bar. 
  Thursday, March 2, 2023
7:00–7:45 a.m. Breakfast
7:45–7:50 a.m. Sponsor Spotlight: SiteOne Landscape Supply
7:50–8:00 a.m. Welcome Back & The Day Ahead
8:00–8:20 a.m. Break
8:20–9:05 a.m.

Breakout Session IV

Q&A with the Summit Team
This is your chance: any questions you had for the Summit Landscape & Design team that weren't answered during the tour or during our Start, Stop, Keep session can be answered here. Their leadership team will be available to take your questions and this session will be moderated by Tommy Cole. 
Lone Star Ballroom

Don't Take the Monkey! How to Coach Your Team Members To Problem Solve
Empowering leaders to grow their skillsets and encouraging team members to problem solve is one of the many ways that great leaders create more leaders. In this session, Megan Parker and Tracy Wallingford will share tactics leaders can use to encourage their direct reports to take control of their own "Monkeys" with open-ended questions like "What do you think is our best option?"
Breakout Room A

Follow the Recipe: How to Create a Business Plan to Set Your Company Up for Future Success
Often we are successful because we "take care of business." When it matters, we take advantage of opportunities for our clients and team, and our hard work allows us to win. That strategy often works in the short term, but it doesn't work in the long term. So, what can you do about it? Make a plan. In this session led by Jason New and David Marlow, you will learn how to make a plan for your business and, more importantly, how to stick to it. 
Breakout Room B

Warning Signs: Fix Production Issues Before They Become Critical
When economists try to predict what will come next, they look at leading indicators. Numbers that, in the past, have accurately predicted what would come next. In landscaping operations, what are your leading indicators? When you see one start to falter, what can you do to right the ship before your whole season is sunk? In this session, we'll outline what metrics can be a sign of issues within your production operations and what to do when you start to see the numbers slip.
Breakout Room C

Are You Well? Financial Signs You Should be Watching
In landscaping, what are your leading indicators? Are there symptoms of potential illness in your company? In this session, led by
Jennifer Murray, you'll learn what you can do to improve the overall health of your business and follow a case study of our hosts, Summit Landscape and Design, that shows what results can be achieved with a simple financial check-up. 
Breakout Room D

Sell More to Your Existing Clients: Maximize Your Revenue Per Property in 2023
There’s one source of additional revenue that is often overlooked: your existing clients. Adding services or selling enhancements for existing clients is one of the best ways to increase your profitability and revenue simultaneously. In this session, Marty Grunder and Emily Lindley will share the sales and marketing tactics that Grunder Landscaping uses to increase their average revenue per client.
Breakout Room E

Set Future Leaders Up for Success: Give New Team Members the Information They Need to GROW
Now more than we are giving our team members opportunities to grow within our growing organizations. Setting up your new leaders for success is critical to their success and your growth, especially in their early days in a new role. In this session, you will learn the things you must do to set your new leaders up for success the first time around from David Garza and Chris Psencik.
Breakout Room F

9:05–9:20 a.m. Break
9:20–10:05 a.m.

Breakout Sessions V

Keep Gas in the Car! How Sales Professionals Can Close More Sales, Even If Demand Wanes
Sales are to your business what gas is to a car, it can't run without it. In this session, fan-favorite sales teachers Marty Grunder and Chris Psencik will share the strategies, tactics, and tips they rely on to sell even when demand declines. As landscape professionals who were selling in 2008, they've seen economic downturns before and helped their companies weather the storm.
Lone Star Ballroom

Modern Workforces: How to Create a Workplace Where Everyone Wants to Work
GROW! 2023 Host Summit Landscape & Design has intentionally built a company culture where everyone feels valued and welcome. In this session, owners Jonathan and Josiah Peterson will share their philosophy on managing their team and what they do to nurture their fun-loving and inclusive company culture.
Breakout Room A

Innovations in Operations: Using the Latest and Greatest Best Practices To Operate More Efficiently
In this session, led by Jason New and Tommy Cole, you will learn about all the innovations you should be leveraging, from landscape & irrigation to maintenance & lawn care and event fleet & equipment. This is a can't-miss for operations leaders looking to drive margins, increase efficiency, and reduce headaches for them and their direct reports. 
Breakout Room B

Organizing Your Financial Team For Success: CFO vs. Controller vs. Clerk
Setting your finance team up for success means having the right roles for your company and its needs. In this session led by Jim Cali and Liz Helton, we will explore what a CFO does, what a Controller does, when you might need clerks for AR and AP, and how they work together to get you financial information you need at your company. 
Breakout Room C

Buying and Selling: What to Do and Not Do In Acquisitions No Matter Which Side You Are On
Whether you're a buyer or a seller, navigating acquisitions can be tricky. In this session, Vince Torchia will outline what companies can do to avoid common pitfalls and ensure a successful acquisition. 
Breakout Room D

On Camera: How Video Content Can Build Your Social Media Presence
This session will lead attendees through the different social media platforms, and the importance of using video content to grow your business. You’ll leave the session with a content calendar to assist in planning your own engaging video posts for various social channels. Mark Linkletter, Manager, Business Development for AriensCo along with Travis Cleven, Social Media Specialist will introduce you to ways that AriensCo utilizes video content to engage prospects and customers.
Breakout Room E

Manage Change Within Your Organization: Change is Constant, So Let's Learn to Manage It
To survive in today’s business environment, you need to be agile and adaptable, and you need to embrace change. Great leaders can help their teams overcome challenges and change course. In this session, we will review what you can do to lead your people through change. This session will be led by Damien Leibold, Change Management leader at SiteOne. 
Breakout Room F

10:05–10:25 a.m. Break
10:25-10:35 a.m Sponsor Raffles: Must be Present to Win!
Our sponsors bring lots of goodies with them. Throughout the event, enter for a chance to win their giveaway items. We'll raffle them off at the end, must be present to win!
10:35-10:40 a.m. Sponsor Spotlight: Vermeer
10:40–11:10 a.m. Closing Keynote
As you head back home, prioritize the changes you want to make based on the time we've spent together. In this session, Marty Grunder will share his takeaways from this year's event and will give you clear next steps to take to improve your business as you head on home.

Travel information


Our host hotel this year is the Grand Hyatt San Antonio Riverwalk. The room block at the Grand Hyatt is currently full. 

In addition to our host hotel, we set up overflow hotel blocks at neighboring properties. You can make reservations by clicking the links below or calling the hotels:

Our discounted room rates at these hotels have now expired, but you can still make reservations at them if you're looking for a nearby hotel:

Marriott Riverwalk San Antonio ($265 per night)
Block Expires February 14, 2023 but this block is nearing capacity
1-minute walk to the host hotel
Some attendees have had trouble with the link for this block. If that's the case, please call (888) 627-8396 and mention The Grow Group or the GROW Conference to get our rate. 

Hilton Palacio Del Rio Hotel ($239-289 per night)
Block Expires February 7, 2023
5-minute walk to the host hotel

Westin Riverwalk ($249-$269 per night)
Block Expires January 27, 2023
8-minute walk to the host hotel

La Quinta Hotel ($179 per night)
Block Expires February 6, 2023
5-minute walk to the host hotel

The Menger Hotel ($189 per night)
Block Expires February 6, 2023
6-minute walk to the host hotel

Fairfield by Marriott ($139 per night)
Block Expires February 7, 2023
10-minute walk to the host hotel

The nearest airport is the San Antonio International Airport (SAT), which is a 9-minute ride from our host hotel. There are Ubers, Lyfts, and car services available.

You may also be able to find more direct or cheaper flight options to the Austin-Bergstrom Airport (AUS), which is just an hour's drive from our host hotel. 



All registration types include all educational sessions, the company tour, breakfast and lunch on Wednesday, and breakfast on Thursday. Hotel, travel, and other meals are not included in the registration fee.

ACEs and their team members receive a special rate. Please e-mail for details.

Teams of three or more receive 15% off. Click “Have a Code?” and enter the code GROW3ORMORE to redeem.

Teams of seven or more receive 20% off. Click “Have a Code?” and enter the code GROW7ORMORE to redeem. 20% discount applies only to Standard Registrations and cannot be combined with other discounts.


GROW! VIPs get special treatment the entire time we're in San Antonio! As usual, GROW! VIPs will get reserved front-of-the-room seating, a special gift, and a ticket to the exclusive VIP dinner on Wednesday evening with fellow VIPs, the Summit Landscape & Design Team, and The Grow Group team. In addition, this year VIP ticket holders will head to our company tour early to watch the Summit team's morning rollout and enjoy breakfast onsite. You'll get an even closer look at how this team uses their morning routines to build and sustain their company culture.

VIP tickets are limited and will sell out!



If you need to pay for your registration in installments, please email and we’ll try to accommodate you. You’ll need to provide a credit card number that we can process automatically on agreed-upon dates, and you must pay the entire balance before the event.



All cancellations must be received by e-mail at, we cannot process cancellations over the phone. If you cancel your registration before September 1, 2022, you will receive a full refund. If you cancel after September 1, but more than 30 days before GROW! 2023, we will refund your money minus a processing fee of $125 per registration; alternatively, you may opt to have your registration fee credited to your account and redeem it for another Grow Group offering. No refunds or credits will be issued for registrations canceled within 30 days of the event. You may transfer registrations to a substitute participant up until 5 business days of the event. No refunds, credits, or additional transfers for a transferred registration. Credits must be uses within 18 months of their issue date.



The GROW! Annual Conference is a community event for the landscaping industry, and we carefully select and limit event sponsors to maintain this environment. Companies who sell products to the landscaping industry and attend the event as individuals, not as sponsors, may not use this event to solicit business. We reserve the right to cancel ticket purchases for any non-landscaping company at any time for any reason and will ask any individuals found violating this policy to leave the event. If you have questions about this policy or would like to learn more about sponsoring the event, e-mail us at


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