American Soil TEchnologies Announces That It Will Exhibit at the 2005 Golf Industry Show and GCSAA Education Conference from Feb. 10-12.
PACOIMA, Calif. -- American Soil Technologies Inc. (OTCBB OTCBB
See OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB). : SOYL) announced today that it will be exhibiting at the 2005 Golf Industry Show held in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 10-12.
Golf superintendents from around the world attend this event, which is the largest educational conference and exposition in the industry, and is the most effective way for superintendents and their affiliates to obtain real answers to golf course management questions.
The company has the unique opportunity to present its Nutrimoist(R) System utilizing the M-216 Injector Machine at the show. American Soil Technologies Inc.'s President, Carl Ranno, stated that the company "is looking forward to the opportunity to explain and demonstrate the Nutrimoist system, which helps to manage turf year-round in four simple steps. By treating and feeding the soil, golf courses look better and remain healthier." Ranno went on to state, "During the past year the company has demonstrated the effectiveness of the M-216 and has tested the Nutrimoist System in California and Arizona.
About The Golf Industry Show
The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) was originally founded in 1926 when 60 greenkeepers met at the Sylvania Country Club in Toledo, Ohio to form the National Association of Greenkeepers of America (NAGA). (GCSAA GCSAA Golf Course Superintendents Association of America ) and the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA NGCOA National Golf Course Owners Association ) have joined forces to present an innovative trade show experience in Orlando. The Golf Course Builders Association of America (GCBAA GCBAA Golf Course Builders Association of America ) and the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA ASGCA American Society of Golf Course Architects ) are serving as supporting organizations for the Golf Industry Show by presenting a number of key education opportunities for attendees. There are 798 exhibitors and more than 20,000 persons are expected to attend the event.
GCSAA's 20,000 members are comprised of superintendents, assistant superintendents Assistant Superintendent, or Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), was a rank used by police forces in the British Empire. It was usually the lowest rank that could be held by a European officer, most of whom joined the police at this rank. , students, educators and affiliates. The association represents 21,000 golf course management professionals and has 104 affiliated chapters, with more than 75 countries having a GCSAA member in residence. The organization started in 1926 with 60 members.
About American Soil Technologies Inc.
American Soil Technologies develops, manufactures and markets cutting-edge technology that decreases the need for water in agriculture and other plant growing environments while increasing crop yield and reducing the environmental damage caused by common farming practices. The company has an exclusive license to two method patents with cross-linked and linear polymers as their basis. The company also has three patents allowed on a revolutionary new machine, the M-216 Polymer Injector, designed to install its liquid products in mature turf as well as some standing crops. The machine has been built, tested and is now operational.
More product information can be found on the corporate Web site, located at http://www.americansoiltech.com.
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