Show Season is Upon Us

Last year we unveiled our TreePans at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas, NV. We were entered into two showcasing categories that we did very well in (New Product of the Year & Innovation Made in the U.S.A.,) but the award we were most proud to walk away with was the “head-turner.” (Self awarded)

We drew so much attention we even had the opportunity to be interviewed by California native Nick Federoff for his Things Green television show. Check out our full interview here.

Booths to the left and right of us were almost invisible due to the wow factor of the TreePan. Individuals approached our staff of 4 for three days straight and it was difficult to get the chance to talk to everyone who was interested in our product, but much of what we heard was the same.


“It’s something I’ve never seen”

“Our city needs these”


“So innovative and creative, its amazing nobody has thought of this before”

These were consistent comments that we heard for three straight days, from Arborists, city development members, gardeners, farmers, orchard growers and more.

We are excited to announce that we will be continuing our trade show adventures starting with the Midwest ISA convention the first week of February in Kansas City, MO.

We next plan to venture out West where you can find us February 8th through the 13th at both the World Ag Expo, and the Nor Cal Landscaping show, both located in California.

Over the past few months we have met, contacted, or been approached by many interested individuals in the tree care industry and their excitement for our products has only fueled the internal fire to provide TreePans to people throughout the United States and beyond.

We hope to connect with many of you at these shows and more in the upcoming months, but if interested, we are always willing and eager to meet one-on-one.

Please feel free to reach out directly by emailing our team at We would love the opportunity to speak with your team, company, or city on how TreePans can protect and improve the quality of your trees.

Thanks again,