National Restaurant Association, Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show 2017

2017-05-20 - 2017-05-23
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Assistant Manager, Tradeshows & Sponsorships
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(312) 853-2535
The National Restaurant Association (NRA) is the largest foodservice trade association in the world*—supporting over 500,000 restaurant businesses. In partnership with our state restaurant associations, we work every day to empower all restaurant owners and operators to achieve more than they thought possible. Every year there are new opportunities and new challenges in the restaurant, foodservice and hospitality industry. NRA Show is where ideas take shape and deals get done. And every year, the Show delivers products, services, education and inspiration around the topics that matter most.
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Attendees discover, learn, connect, get inspired, and gain the tools they need to continue to innovate and thrive. Restaurateurs tasted, paired, and experienced the products and education sessions needed to craft a top notch beverage program.
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45,000+ foodservice buyers with big budgets and an appetite to buy. And they're looking for brands to serve up just the products and services they need to push their operations over the top. Exhibiting at NRA Show means your products will go in front of 45,000+ professionals looking to buy. Meet 5,000+ pre-qualified beverage alcohol buyers in one place—each with the power to put your products in front of thousands of consumers. Exhibiting at BAR means your products will go in front of 5,000+ professionals looking to buy.

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