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2021 Annual Tennessee Vegetation Management Conference (TVMA)

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Cool Springs Marriott Hotel, Franklin, TN

700 Cool Springs Boulevard

Franklin, TN 37067

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TVMA will offer both face-to-face and a virtual conference option for 2021. Make plans to attend now!

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Greetings!

Please join us for the 2021 TVMA Conference Tuesday, Oct. 5 and Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at the Cool Springs Marriott in Franklin, TN. We will follow all Williamson County Covid-19 protocols at the time of the meeting.

A virtual attendance option will be available once again and virtual attendance meeting dues will be the same as in-person.

Registration will be open June 1st – September 17th.

A link will be provided on the TVMA website and we will be providing the Cool Springs Marriott with attendance numbers to satisfy their requirements, so please make your plans appropriately.

For our vendors, we look forward to your continued sponsorship and attendance.

Again, I want to thank you all for your continued support of the TVMA, and I look forward to seeing you in October.

Chris Ellis

TVMA President

Visit our website at www.tvmaweb.com!


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Cool Springs Marriott Hotel, Franklin, TN

700 Cool Springs Boulevard

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The Tennessee Vegetation Management Association is established to bring together persons interested in vegetation management in the state of Tennessee. This interest can be driven by employment, research, education, regulation, contraction, manufacturing, or merchandising.

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