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LM Gallery: January 2021

January 19, 2021 -  By
Christina Herrick (left) and Bill Roddy (right) joined Marty Grunder (Photo: LM Staff)

Photo: LM Staff

1. Masked up LM’s Christina Herrick (left) and Bill Roddy (right) joined Marty Grunder at The Grow Group’s Fall Field Trip, held at Grunder Landscaping Co. in Dayton, Ohio.

Dan Marshall, Brent Stephenson and Brian Cuccaro (Photo: LM Staff)

Photo: LM Staff

2. Hitting the field Dan Marshall, Brent Stephenson and Brian Cuccaro with New Castle Lawn & Landscape of Birdsboro, Pa., got some on-site learning in at The Grow Group’s Fall Field Trip.

Jason Wilk of Echo (Photo: LM Staff)

Screencap: LM Staff

3. Too much power? No such thing. Echo recently held a virtual new product launch, unveiling 13 new products, including the PB-9010 backpack blower with a performance of 1,110 cfm and 220 mph. Jason Wilk, product manager, said, “Our user advisory group members made it clear: There’s no such thing as too much power.”

John Powers of Echo (Photo: LM Staff)

Screencap: LM Staff

4. Hedging bets John Powers, director of product management for Echo, shows off the HCA-2620S shafted trimmer during the company’s virtual new product launch.

Mike Daugherty of Quali-Pro, Jones and Nick Strain of Primera. (Photo: LM Staff)

Photo: LM Staff

5. Who are these jokers? Those masked men enjoying a cold drink in LM EIC Seth Jones’ garage bar (dubbed the “Hall of Justice”) are (left to right) Mike Daugherty of Quali-Pro, Jones and Nick Strain of Primera.

Scott Kinkead and Seth Jones (Photo: LM Staff)

Photo: LM Staff

6. No GIE+EXPO? No problem. Turfco Executive Vice President Scott Kinkead (right) brought the company’s new T5000 ride-on spreader-sprayer to northeast Kansas to show Jones (left) what it can do. Check out LM’s website to see the video.

Meg Mason, senior director of marketing, HydroPoint Data Systems (Screencap: LM Staff)

Screencap: LM Staff

7. Females forge ahead Women in the irrigation industry should build resiliency and tackle everything thrown their way, whether it’s business, family or health, said Meg Mason, senior director of marketing, HydroPoint Data Systems, during the Irrigation Association’s Women in Irrigation event.

Carol Colein, executive director, American Society of Irrigation Consultants (Screencap: LM Staff)

Screencap: LM Staff

8. Solid advice Carol Colein, executive director, American Society of Irrigation Consultants, said women should take chances and not be afraid of failure during the Irrigation Association’s Women in Irrigation event.

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