NAMA Extends Early Bird Pricing For CTW Show

Oct. 18, 2013

NAMA announced it is extending the early bird registration deadline for its upcoming Coffee, Tea and Water Show (CTW) at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn., this Nov. 12 to 14. NAMA members are able to register for $269 through Oct. 31. Registration includes access to the trade show floor, 12 educational sessions and tickets for three keynote speeches. NAMA is once again co-locating with the International Bottled Water Association. 

“This is the only trade show dedicated to the coffee service operator,” said Roger Stewart, NAMA’s director of coffee and water service, in a prepared statement. “This show will feature more exhibitors than ever before. NAMA and IBWA members who have attended CTW in the past will tell you it’s an excellent value.”

The educational sessions will cover topics ranging from micro markets to route driver pay. Stewart said he’s particularly excited for the three keynote speakers:

  •  Nationally recognized sales expert Mike Hourigan will deliver a fun, humorous and factual program designed to improve your sales and negotiation results
  •   Juan Esteban Orduz is the president of the Colombian Coffee Federation and will speak about the link between quality coffee and sustainability
  •   Ross Colbert is a global beverage strategist with Rabobank and will deliver a keynote, In Pod We Trust, which will explore the status of the global pod market. Attendees won’t want to leave Nashville without seeing Colbert’s keynote

Registration is available on NAMA’s Website. Companies that send more than one employee are eligible for a discount. Interested attendees with registration questions should contact Sue Ralston at 312-346-0370 or [email protected]


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