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LM Gallery: September 2021

September 9, 2021 -  By

Check out a few of the places where the LM team made its rounds recently:

(Photo: LM Staff)

(Photo: LM Staff)

All Time Low show Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones (left) was happy to catch the band All Time Low recently with PBI-Gordon’s Brett Rieck (right) and his wife Dana and Seth’s friend Sean Lipford in back. The bassist for All Time Low, Zack Merrick, is the son of Mark Merrick, a longtime green industry professional.

 

 

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(Photo: LM Staff)

Hello, Cleveland The LM team of Jones, Editor Christina Herrick, Publisher Bill Roddy, Associate Publisher Craig MacGregor and Senior Editor Robert Schoenberger hosted some special visitors from the National Association of Landscape Professionals: CEO Britt Wood (center), Vice President of Marketing and Communications Lisa Stryker; and Vice President of Education and Professional Services Heather Parker.

 

 

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(Photo: LM Staff)

Fenway fans Jones (left) was able to take in a game at Boston’s Fenway Park with his friends from Quali-Pro (left to right) Erica Cardenas, Paul Blodorn, Fenway Groundskeeper David Mellor, MacGregor, Shannon Slevin and Allan Fulcher.

 

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(Photo: LM Staff)

Give it a go David Caldwell (left), national product manager for Takeuchi-U.S. demonstrates the ins and outs of Takeuchi machines, while Mike Shebetka, West region product manager, Takeuchi (right), explains how the machines are best used.

 

 

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(Photo: LM Staff)

Expert alert Caldwell shows attendees of Takeuchi’s Media Day how its new training center benefits dealers.

 

 

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(Photo: LM Staff)

Forever a member of the Tribe North Coast Media turned out the lights on the 10th floor and headed to Progressive Field, to pay tribute to longtime employee and lifelong Indians fan Jeff Heide, who recently passed away. The Tribe got trounced by the Oakland A’s that game, but it didn’t make much difference to Jeff’s friends, who all cheered when the scoreboard flashed his name in tribute in the middle of the fourth inning.

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