Registration Now Open For The 2014 VIBE Conference

VIBE Conference

VIBE, the #1 forum for top-tier chain beverage executives and national account suppliers, opens registration for the 2014 VIBE Conference Program.  This year, VIBE Conference will take place at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas on March 25-26, 2014. The quality of decision-maker attendees and speakers, combined with the inter-active environment of the conference overall, creates the ideal opportunity for exchange of ideas and development of rich business relationships.

VIBE welcomes Chain Owners, Operators, Beverage Directors, Marketing VPs, and F&B executives. We welcome National Accounts and Marketing executives from the leading beverage supplier companies, and Distributors, both who join us as valued sponsor partners. Qualified attendees can register online at  


Operator* Fees
$495 (until 1/31/14)
$695 (from 2/1/14-2/28/14)
$795 (after 2/28/14)

*Must be a direct employee of a Chain, Independent, Multi-Concept Restaurant, Casino, Cruise Line or Hotel company.

Sponsor Fees
Please consult your VIBE contract for sponsor registration benefits and registration code.

Consultant, Distributors and /or Agencies
Attendance is Limited, please call for registration details and fees (832) 585–3418.

Cancellation Policy 
Full refund less $50.00 processing fee on or before Jan. 31, 2014. No refunds after Jan. 31, 2014.

The Conference Director reserves right to refuse admission to any applicant. For questions regarding attendance and qualification please contact Nancy Rottman at (832) 585-3418.

Room Rates
Hotel Reservations at the Palms Casino Resort will open on November 1. Room rates are as follows:
$189/Night Friday-Saturday and $79/Night Sunday-Thursday.

The VIBE team is working on all fronts to ensure that every attendee leaves the conference with usable information, ideas, and product awareness that aids in the betterment of their beverage programs.

We look forward to seeing you in Vegas!


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