Come and Meet Us – IGC, MANTS and Other Landscaping Trade Shows

Meet Us in Person at Leading Landscaping Industry Trade Shows

As a dedicated landscaping stone business, Best Mexican Beach Pebbles attends several of the leading industry trade shows each year. We are regular exhibitors at MANTS (the Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show) held in Baltimore, we also attend the IGC (Independent Garden Center Show) in Chicago, and the NLGS (the National Lawn and Garden Show) in St. Louis, MO, is also on our radar.

Landscaping and nursery trade shows are a great opportunity to meet some of our valued customers in person, discuss their needs and our latest beach pebble product offerings, as well as to meet many prospective customers and other industry leaders. We always return from trade shows loaded with new information and inspired to implement new ideas.

Visit Us at Nursery and Garden Center Trade Shows

We sincerely invite you to come and meet us in person at any of the largest nursery, landscaping, and garden center trade shows. If you are thinking of starting to carry Mexican beach pebbles, this is a great opportunity to meet our President and CEO and have all your questions answered by the most knowledgeable person. Special requirements, unique specs, seasonal buyer, multiple site deliveries, customized product packaging? These and other questions can be discussed, as well as any other issues you’d like to learn about.

View Our Beach Pebble Products, Learn About Quality Differences

Today the landscape pebble market is flooded with questionable vendors who claim to sell genuine Mexican beach pebbles. However, not all pebbles are created the same. In particular, the cheaper river rock that can be sourced at many locations within the U.S. is often marketed as Mexican beach pebbles. However, these are two different classes of stone and not comparable: true Mexican beach pebbles are smooth, rounded or oval, with no broken edges, uniform in color, and naturally polished by the incessant ocean waves. Many unscrupulous sellers also pass on imported stone from Asia as Mexican beach pebbles, including fake “polished” pebbles (which are not truly tumble polished but instead coated with an undisclosed sealer or wax).

When you stop by at our booth at a trade show, you can see and feel the quality of our beach pebbles for yourself. While we believe that the quality and appearance of our landscape pebbles speak for themselves, we are also prepared to answer any questions and explain any concerns you may have.

A Note about the 2017 IGC Show in Chicago

Some of you may have noticed that our President and CEO had to cut short his stay at the recent IGC landscaping and garden show in Chicago. Sadly, due to a family emergency he had to fly home and was unable to stay. If you would like to learn more about our beach pebble products, delivery options, packaging, or setting up a regular buying program, please feel free to contact him directly at (760) 579-2871 (Leo).

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