Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association's 2016 Marketing + Operations Summit

The Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show formed a new partnership with the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association (FRLA), sponsoring the Opening Night Party during the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show which took place September 27 through 29, 2016, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Further showing support for the FRLA, Nightclub & Bar donated a Travel Package which included passes to the 2017 Nightclub & Bar Show which went up for auction at the FRLA Show on Sept. 28. All proceeds from the auction package will be donated to the FRLA Educational Foundation.

“Partnerships like this are extremely exciting, as they result in the top minds from the restaurant, foodservice, bar, and nightlife industries all coming together in one spot,” remarked Questex President and CEO, Kerry Gumas. “By bringing together such complementary industries, attendees and exhibitors have unlimited opportunity to take their business to the next level.”

“We’re proud to have the valuable support of the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show during this year’s Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show. This partnership will foster meaningful collaboration amongst the industry’s leading players, as well as inspire extraordinary innovations in Florida’s restaurant, lodging and foodservice industries,” said Carol Dover, President & CEO of the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association. “Florida’s already sterling reputation for unparalleled service and hospitality continues to exceed the expectations of our visitors and residents.”

To watch view a video of highlights from FRLA’s 2016 Marketing + Operations Summit, click here.

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