2023 Irrigation Show and Education Week registration and housing open

The Irrigation Show and Education Week will take place Nov. 27 through Dec. 1 in San Antonio, Texas, at the Harry B. González Convention Center.
BY LUKE REYNOLDS
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Registration and housing for the 2023 Irrigation Show and Education Week opened July 12.  

The event takes place Nov. 27 through Dec. 1 at the Harry B. González Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.  

The Irrigation Show brings professional networking and new products together in one place. Attendees will have the opportunity to develop their education while finding new ways to build their business. 

The 2023 show includes new features, such as the IA Pavilion, a member lounge, breakfast at the general session, and changes to the Innovation Hub where the association will be hosting the judging for its new product contest live. 

“We are looking forward to another exciting and productive year at the 2023 Irrigation Show and Education Week,” says Brittany Tyrrell, Irrigation Association senior meetings and events manager. “In 2022, thousands of attendees came to the Las Vegas show with the intent to collaborate with other professionals in the industry and advance their knowledge and expertise through the association’s suite of continuing education programming. We are excited to see what this year’s event will bring. See you in San Antonio!”  

Find out more about the show and register online here.

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