VIBE Presents Unique Networking Opportunities

You asked for it and we heard you! In response to input from our attendees, sponsors and VIBE Advisory Council, the VIBE Conference Team announces some new ways to ensure you are able to meet and have meaningful discussions with your industry partners during The VIBE Experience, March 8-10, 2011 at The Venetian/Palazzo Las Vegas.

VIBEMeeting rooms adjacent to The VIBE Experience conference rooms are available by appointment for private meetings between supplier partners and operator attendees. For more information about this great opportunity to conduct face-to-face meetings, contact the VIBE Headquarters at 805-650-1461. In addition, the VIBE Lounge, featuring comfortable furnishings, will provide a more informal space for meetings, networking and simply meeting and greeting your colleagues in a quiet setting.

Some lively events throughout the VIBE Experience also provide forums to network with key national account execs and beverage pros. The event kicks off with The VIBE Experience…Step Up to the Bar Party on Tuesday, March 8, showcasing the handiwork of the VIBE Celebrity Mixologists. Wednesday, March 9, welcomes the VIBE Speakeasy…The Original Las Vegas Bar Scene, an evening of retro cocktails and an array of beverages, along with noshes and surprises.

And of course, the roster of speakers and workshops continues to evolve, with Buffalo Wild Wings President and CEO Sally Smith as our keynote speaker and a stellar line-up of presenters, including Stephen Barth of and University of Houston as Master of Ceremonies and Keith Harrell as our dynamic motivational speaker. Stay tuned for more updates on the program and insights from our presenters in upcoming issues of VIBE.


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