VIBE Readers & Conference Attendees: Free Passes & Discounts to the 2016 Nightclub & Bar Show

The Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show isn’t just for owners, operators and bartenders. Beverage executives have just as many opportunities to learn from Nightclub & Bar speakers as anyone else, and they may just pick up a few useful tips, tricks and approaches to the bar business by networking with the independents. Plus, it’s a business trip to Las Vegas – what more do you need?

How about a free pass? That’s right – if you attended the 2016 VIBE Conference, you have a free pass waiting for you to claim it. Simply contact Rachael Ricci at [email protected] to get your pass sorted.

We haven’t forgotten about VIBE newsletter readers. Just because you weren’t able to attend this year’s conference doesn’t mean we don’t want to see you at the Nightclub & Bar Show. When you register for your pass enter code SAVE30VIBE and we’ll knock $30 off the pass of your choice!

The Nightclub & Bar Show is an excellent resource for beverage executives, for several reasons. First, as was already mentioned, is the access to industry experts. If you want to know what trends the independent owners and operators are creating and chasing, the Nightclub & Bar Show is the place to find out. You’ll also discover what flavors, techniques, presentations, and ingredients are being played with by the industry’s most exciting bartenders. In addition, the expo floor is the place to try products from emerging brands, check out major product launches, and network with suppliers and distributors. Speaking of the expo floor, qualified VIBE readers will enjoy early access.

We hope to see you at the 2016 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas. Register now!


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