Counting Down Till The NAFEM Show

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There’s something for everyone, from commercial and non-commercial operators to the dealers, distributors and consultants who support them, at The NAFEM Show early next year.

The largest foodservice equipment and supplies show in North America opens its doors in Orlando, Fla., February 7-9, 2019 at the Orange County Convention Center. Attendance is expected to be in the 20,000+ range. More than 500 suppliers will be exhibiting, giving attendees direct access to the industry’s newest and most cutting-edge equipment and supplies as well as insight from the top minds designing, engineering and marketing it.

Every show aisle will have trends and innovations in equipment and supplies. Among the highlights is the What’s Hot! What’s Cool! What Works!? area, showcasing dozens of stories of game-changing equipment and supplies—and the impact they had on real-life foodservice operations—via engaging presentations and inspiring trend lounges.

Attendees at The NAFEM Show also can take a seat in The Theater and hear 30-minute presentations from industry leaders about the latest E&S trends and technologies. Or they can visit the multiple Innovation Lounges around the show floor; each tells the story about how a single equipment or supply implementation changed an operator’s business for the better. 

The three-day show will kick off with NAFEM’s Party and end with The NAFEM Show’s traditional headline concert, the star of which is currently in contract negotiations.

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