Brooklyn, NY—The Select Nutrition East Coast Tabletop Show will be held in Brooklyn Expo Center in Brooklyn, NY, on April 30.
This is a new venue for the annual tabletop show, and Dennis Hatchett, Select Nutrition division president, believes the location will be even better for attendees. He stated, “We moved the show because a large majority of our East Coast customers are located in the Metro New York area, and we wanted to make it more convenient for them to attend. The Expo Center is easily accessed from the city via multiple transportation options.
According to Hatchett, show organizers expect new location will draw even more attendees, and can expect contests, an evening reception and networking opportunities. He said, “Attendees will be able to meet over 120 exhibitors, see the newest products, and take advantage of our deep show discounts.”
This latter point, he feels, is a major attraction of the event. “Unlike Expo East and West, our Tabletop Show is a buying show that offers attendees deeply discounted special show deals,” he stated. “Customers can make buying decisions and plan promotions in addition to seeing the newest and best products.”
Another benefit of the tabletop show for attendees is getting personal attention from exhibitors. “One of the best parts of the show is connecting with everyone—meeting the people behind the products and getting to know others in the industry,” Hatchett stated.
Retailers can contact their Select Nutrition Sales or Customer Service Representatives, or visit http://bit.ly/1Gec71V to register for the tabletop show.
In other news, Select Nutrition recently expanded its reach with the opening of the new 160,000-ft2 West Coast distribution center in Auburn, CA. “Our customers asked us to open a west coast distribution hub and we listened!” said Hatchett, who explained that the site allows Select Nutrition to provide faster deliveries to its West Coast retailers (one to two days, rather than the five days it took from Philadelphia).
Hatchett said, “Our goal was to help our retailers grow their businesses by supporting increased consumer demand.”
Published in WholeFoods Magazine, 4/10/15