VIBE Conference Sponsor Companies Take Shape

The VIBE Conference sponsor list is already taking shape! Therefore, chain, hotel and multi-concept beverage executives can feel confident that their supplier partners are eager to support and grow their businesses in 2013. Here is an update on what companies and brands will be participating in the VIBE Conference in Las Vegas on March 20-21, and supporting the chain beverage business in the process. Look for executives from these companies and also for their products at the event and learn first-hand what they can do for your business.


Pinnacle Sponsors

The Coca-Cola Company
Constellation Brands
Crown Imports LLC
Pernod Ricard USA

Cameo Sponsors

Beverage Metrics
Campari America
E. &. J. Gallo Winery
Kerry Ingredients & Flavours
Luxco Spirited Brands
Monin Gourmet Flavorings

National Restaurant Association
Red Bull North America
Rémy Cointreau USA
Tree Top, Inc.
William Grant & Sons, Inc.

Emerald Sponsors

Bacardi USA
Beam, Inc.
Boston Beer Co.
Commer Beverage
Dole Foodservice LLC
Finest Call
Fishbowl Marketing
Heineken USA
iMi Agency
Island Oasis
Kobrand Corporation
Majestic Fine Wines/Jackson Family Estates
MarkeTeam, Inc.

Nestle Waters N.A.
NPD Group
Palm Bay International
Patrick Henry Creative Promotions
The Patrón Spirits Company
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
Steelite International
Sun Orchard
Technomic, Inc.
Total Beverage Solutions
Trinchero Family Estates
The Wine Group
W.J. Deutsch & Sons

Sapphire Sponsors

Charmer Sunbelt Group
DFV Wines
Imperial Brands

Russian Standard Vodka USA
J. Lohr Wines
Young’s Market

Ruby Sponsors

American Express
Anchor Steam
Coppola Wineries/ Rubicon Estates
Craft Brewers Alliance
Duckhorn Wine Company
Fetzer Vineyards
New Belgium Brewing Co.

North American Breweries
Philips Distilling Co.
Purple Wine Group
Rodney Strong
Shaw Ross
Sierra Nevada
T.G.I.C. Importers
Tito’s Handmade Vodka



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