Hobbs Inducted Into ANLA Hall Of Fame
Gordon Hobbs, former president and owner of wholesale growing operation C.M. Hobbs and Sons, was recently inducted into the American Nursery & Landscape Association Hall of Fame.
July 27, 2009
The American Nursery & Landscape Association (ANLA) recently inducted Gordon Hobbs, former president and owner of C.M. Hobbs and Sons, into its Hall of Fame.
Hobbs has served as president of ANLA and its grower division, the Wholesale Nursery Growers of America (WNGA). He has served as president of both the Indianapolis Landscape Association and the Indiana Association of Nurserymen, which presented him with its Award of Merit in 2007. Hobbs helped found the American Nursery Credit Association and served as secretary-treasurer for 17 years.
Established in 1966, the ANLA Hall of Fame Award is given to an outstanding nursery and landscape industry professional whose business and community accomplishments serve as an example for others in the industry.