Stellar Program for VIBE 2011

The VIBE Conference program is shaping up with a star-studded speaker roster and plenty of rich content for attendees. While it seems a long way off, make sure your calendar is marked for March 9-10, 2011, so you don’t miss a thing at VIBE Experience at the Palazzo/Venetian in Las Vegas. And be sure to stay tuned for announcements about the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show happening on March 7-9, as your VIBE pass gives you access to the show floor, educational sessions and evening events. The best of both worlds in one week!

Here’s a quick preview of the general session speakers and topics now confirmed for the VIBE program:

Stephen Barth, president and founder of and faculty member at University of Houston will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the VIBE Experience. He’ll bring all his energy and industry knowledge to the podium to usher us through two days of insights and information.

Sally Smith, president and CEO of ultra-hot Buffalo Wild Wings, will deliver the industry keynote address, sharing her experiences and ideas about the industry and its challenges.

Keith Harrell, motivational coach and author of Attitude is Everything For Success, is on board to rev things up with his energetic takeaways to motivate yourself and your staff to greater productivity and success.
Danielle Wiley, SVP Social Media/Consumer Brands at Edelman, who also runs the blog, is excited to be sharing her expertise on connecting online with consumers and turning those connections into guests.

Mike Ginley of Next-Level Marketing plans to deliver more of the current consumer trends and behavior insights for which he’s known.

Stay tuned throughout the year, as we bring you more highlights of the 2011 VIBE Experience — it’s one you won’t want to miss!


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