Atlanta Based Provider of Center-of-the-Plate Proteins Will Reach 12,000 Industry Professionals at Southeastern Restaurant and Foodservice Arena
Halperns’ Purveyors of Steak and Seafood will participate in the 2010 Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, from Sunday, September 12 through Tuesday, September 14, 2010. Halperns’ will be among the Show’s exhibitors, located at booth # 1659, to expose guests to the finest meat, game, poultry and seafood products available.
This event is sponsored by the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association; and produced and managed by Reed Exhibitions. The Show floor will offer focused product areas, information–packed seminars, and many renowned special events. Over 12,000 industry professionals come to discover nearly 10,000 new products at the Southeastern US restaurant and foodservice arena’s place to gather for trends, education, and solutions. The educational opportunities presented at this event offer access to sizzling food trends to tantalize guests, as well as up–to–the-minute business practices and strategies to optimize operations and stay profitable.
Halperns’ is dedicated to satisfying its most discerning customers with the latest in perfectly aged, precision cut, USDA prime meat and the best seafood that the oceans of the world have to offer. The company provides the finest quality in a timely manner to foodservice operators who demand the best. Halperns’ 110,000-square-foot facility combines cutting-edge information systems and custom distribution practices designed to optimize food safety, precision cutting and inventory management.
Orange County Convention Center is located in the West Building (existing building) Hall B at 9800 International Drive in Orlando.
The Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association is among the most influential trade associations in Florida. The association was established in 1946 to represent the restaurant industry. Since that time, the scope of FRLA’s representation has expanded to include the entire hospitality industry including lodging establishments, restaurants and thousands of suppliers to the industry. The association counts among its members some of the largest businesses in each of these categories. Led by CEO Carol Dover and an active Board of Directors, FLRA has been effective in influencing legislation that has saved the industry $1.2 billion in taxes and fees over the past 10 years. To learn more about FRLA, call 888-372-9119 or visit www.frla.org.