Jan 11, 2019
40 Under 40 Nomination Deadline is Almost Here By Tim Hodson

In case you didn’t already know it, the deadline to nominate someone for GPN’s 40 Under 40 is one week from today!

We have been accepting nominations since last November, but next Monday (Jan. 21) is the deadline to get your nominations into us.

If you know a young horticulture professional who is really moving the needle in their job, at their company or in their community then we want to know about that person.

Once again, we want to highlight the achievements of 40 young men and women who are really making a difference in our industry’s future. The individuals who are creating the industry’s future.

All of the members of GPN’s 40 Under 40 are nominated by their peers, so it is up to YOU to let us know who you think belongs in next year’s class and why they should be selected.

The Class of 2019 will be introduced in the May issue of GPN and recognized at a special reception during Cultivate’19 this July in Columbus, Ohio

Anyone in the horticulture industry is eligible to be nominated — as long as they are under the age of 40 (as of Jan. 31, 2019).

To nominate an individual, just go to https://gpnmag.com/40-under-40-nomination and fill out the online form.

Remember, the deadline for nominations is Jan. 21, 2019.

If you have any questions about the nomination process, feel free to contact me at [email protected]

— Tim


Tim Hodson

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