VIBE Conference Sponsors Take Shape

VIBE ConferenceAs the VIBE Conference – to be held March 25-26, 2014 in Las Vegas at the Palms Resort & Casino – continues to take shape, we’d like to highlight all of the sponsors that make the event possible. 

VIBE offers suppliers the best opportunity to influence decision-makers about their product and services in a unique hands-on environment. There is still time to become a sponsor. For a customized proposal, or for more information, please contact VIBE’s Director of Sponsorship, Donna Bruns, at 936-522-6932 or [email protected]

Pinnacle Sponsors

Constellation Brands
Pernod Ricard USA

Cameo Sponsors

Beverage Metrics
Campari America
Luxco Spirited Brands
Monin Gourmet Flavorings
Ocean Spray

Proximo Spirits
Red Bull North America
Rémy Cointreau USA
Sun Orchard
Tree Top, Inc.
William Grant & Sons, Inc.

Emerald Sponsors

ACME Wine Movers
Bacardi USA
Beam, Inc.
Commer Beverage
Dole Foodservice LLC
Fat Tuesday
Finest Call
Fishbowl Marketing
Heineken USA
IMI Agency
Island Oasis

Jackson Family Estates
Kobrand Corporation
MarkeTeam, Inc.
NPD Group
Patrick Henry Creative Promotions
Samuel Adams
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
Steelite International
Technomic, Inc.
The Patron Spirits Company
Treasury Wine States

Sapphire Sponsors

Charmer Sunbelt Group
DFV Wines
Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc.

New Belgium Brewing Co.
Russian Standard Vodka USA
Sidney Frank Importing Co.

Ruby Sponsors

Anchor Brewers & Distillers
Craft Brewers Alliance
Crimson Wine Group
Domaine de Canton
Duckhorn Wine Company
Fetzer Vineyards
Francis Ford Coppola Winery
Layer Cake Wines
Mendocino Wine Company
North American Breweries

Pasternak Wine Imports
Philips Distilling Co.
Purple Wine Group
Sapporo/Unibroue USA
Shaw-Ross Int'l Importers
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
T.G.I.C. Importers
Tito’s Handmade Vodka
Total Beverage Solutions
Vianet Americas
Winebow Imports



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