The Dallas Convention Center was the place to be June 22 through 24 as the Southwest foodservice industry revealed itself as the hottest in the nation. There was food and flavor around every corner. Eating and drinking establishment sales in the Southwest are expected to grow 5.79 percent in 2003, with sales reaching over $50 billion. Take a peek at what went on during the 2003 show and be sure to save the date for the 2004 Southwest Foodservice Expo in Houston at the George R. Brown Convention Center, June 27-29!
SEEING IS BELIEVING!
The Southwest Foodservice Expo is the one-stop-shop for the foodservice professional, offering personal interaction between buyers and sellers, on-the-spot deal making, the chance to test-drive the latest equipment, attend professional development seminars paneled by the best in the industry and taste the hottest culinary trends prepared by top-notch chefs.
“I was very pleased with the attendance and the amount of leads that were generated at my booth. Actually, I received twice as many leads as I had anticipated,” said Michael Woods of C&M Fine Pack, a first time exhibitor.