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Sean Logan, GM with a High Country Edition Silverado 2500 tricked out for the show.
Work trucks of every size and description were featured among the over 600 exhibitors plying their wares to landscape trade professionals at Congress ‘18, Landscape Ontario’s annual trade show and conference.

Over 12,000 attendees took in the trade show along with dozens of information sessions, workshops, keynote addresses and presentations including the Drive Live safe vehicle refresher demo courtesy of Toronto, York region and OPP services.

(From left) Constable Gregory T. Castle, York Regional Police, and John Roja, Ontario Provincial Police, at the Drive Live truck safety presentation.
Drive Live featured hands on approach to complying with daily vehicle inspection rules, pre-trip inspection reports and more. More OEMs, fleet management companies and fleet suppliers of all stripes participated in the show this year indicating the growing importance landscape trades plays in their business.

“The 2018 Landscape Ontario Congress show was an exceptional event. General Motors Fleet looks forward to our participation each year as it is a great opportunity to meet and interact with the many current and prospective customers who attend.” said Sean Logan, Fleet Account Manager, General Motors about the show.

(From left) Claude Malette and Mark Bull from FCA with a ProMaster van.

(From left) Wendy Ladd, Brent Sangwin, Sue Wood, and James Fullerton, were on hand to answer questions at the Jim Pattison booth.

Christine Clews, Nissan and Crystal Hill, Action Car and Truck Accessories take a break at the Nissan display

(From left) Ryan Hartley, Kelly Cox, and Basil Marcus, Foss National Leasing, were all smiles as first time exhibitors at the show.

(From left) Nash Stamenkovic, Andrew Craig, and Rear Roussel, Isuzu Trucks fielded questions about Isuzu’s line up of landscaping trucks.

Scott Hawrelak manned the ARI display at the tradeshow.

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