First Two Domestic Regional Seminars Set

| November 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Regional Seminar

The National Association of Concessionaires (NAC) has announced the dates and locations of the first two planned domestic opportunities for The Regional Seminar series, “Building the Experience”. The first will take place on February 25, 2014 in Santa Fe Springs, California and next on April 23, 2014 in Dallas, Texas.

The NAC Regional Seminar is a series of one-day educational programs designed for entry level managers, supervisors and those interested in concessions management. A perfect precursor to NAC’s Concession Manager Certification Course.

The intention of this seminar “Building the Experience” is to stress the importance of changing the mental image of the concession experience. The ability to retrain the consumer from the ground up as to the reliability, creativity and professionalism within the ranks of the recreational foodservice channel. Click here for flyer, course prospectus and registration form.

About the Instructor:
Larry Etter, CCM, has over three decades of professional experience in the food and beverage industry, from positions with major hotel companies, foodservice contractors, and currently Senior Vice President of Theatre Services with Malco Theatres. He also serves as Director of Education for NAC.

Cost:
$125 for NAC members
$165 for non-members

Send three attendees to one location get the fourth free! Your registration may be applied to the NAC Concession Manager Certification Course or a new NAC membership within 18 months of the seminar.

Dates & Locations

2014

February 25 – Santa Fe Springs, CA REGISTER NOW
April 23 – Dallas, TX REGISTER NOW

Tentative 2014 Dates
Spring – St. Louis or KC
Spring – Atlanta
April – Lexington or Cincinnati
April – Minneapolis
August – Ecuador

Presenting National Sponsors:
AICP, C. Cretors & Co., CCSI, ConAgra, FUNacho, Gold Medal, Hershey’s, Kernel Season’s, Nestle, Promotion in Motion, Ricos, Royal Corporation

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