Whatas New at the NCB Show

The 2010 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show is quickly approaching — our nightclub.com countdown says there are just 26 days left — and as the days pass, the schedule keeps getting busier and more exciting.

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On Wednesday, March 10, actor and Crystal Head Vodka backer Dan Aykroyd will present the keynote address; he also will be on hand throughout the show. Other big names hosting special events include former Chicago Bears star Willie Gault and former baseball player Bill Madlock, who together will host the Sports Bar Networking Party at Lagasse’s Stadium at the Palazzo.

Additionally, those people visiting the Nightclub & Bar Magazine booth (#1937) during exhibit floor hours can enter to win one of 10 free vacations, courtesy of Vacation Adventures International. Winners will be drawn every hour (entries from the previous hour will be discarded), so stop by often to say hello, subscribe to the magazine or our e-newsletters and enter to win a spectacular vacation.

MillerCoors logoFinally, as a thank you to our loyal Nightclub & Bar subscribers, MillerCoors is offering a FREE all access Party Pass to the first 500 attendees who register with code 214SP at ncbshow.com.

The Party Pass gets you entry to the Cocktails and Dreams 25th Anniversary Celebration at Haze Nightclub on Monday, March 8, the Top 100 Party at XS Nightclub at Wynn Encore on Tuesday, March 9 and the DJ Spin Off at TAO Nightclub on Wednesday, March 10. Bottom line: Register using the 214SP code and receive an Expo Hall Plus Pass at the regular Expo Hall Price — a $75 dollar value, FREE! But hurry — only the first 500 Nightclub & Bar Subscribers will receive this offer. Visit ncbshow.com today and register. Make sure you also visit the MillerCoors Booth #1341 at the Nightclub & Bar Show to say thanks!


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