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Stars of Critics Choice Awards Show Grace & Compassion – Celebrities Donate Gift Bags to Raise Funds for Tsunami Relief

Beverly Hills, CA; Cedar Knolls, NJ (PRWEB) January 12, 2005

The usual glitz and glamour of the 10th Annual Critics Choice Awards was outshined this year when Tinsel-Town’s brightest showed hearts of gold. As celebrities at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, CA recognized their peers and celebrated their cinematic achievement, the producers of the Critics Choice Awards show asked award winners and presenters to do the uncommon – to autograph, and then donate, their Celebrity Gift Bags – each valued well over $ 20,000 – to Operation USA for Tsunami relief in southeast Asia.    

The autographed Critics Choice Awards Gift Bags, sponsored by TRIMSPA and WINFUEL, will be auctioned on eBay with all proceeds going to Operation USA. Founded by Julie Andrews and Blake Edwards, Operation USA has garnered a reputation for innovation, care, and speed in sending relief flights, and sea and land shipments to countries that have experienced devastating events.

Alex Goen, founder and CEO of TRIMSPA, said, “These Gift Bags are highly valued. To give them up is one thing, but to autograph the bag in an effort to increase its value and the potential price fetched at auction, is remarkable. I am so pleased that we were a part of this event and could play a small role in the effort.” Goen was so moved by the celebrity generosity that, in appreciation, he had his company immediately issue each donator a personalized VIP Pit Pass to any NASCAR® Busch® Series race.

Among those who have contributed to the Tsunami relief fund are the Broadcast Critics’ Association and WINFUEL ®. Behind the scenes, honorees and guests visited the Winner’s Circle in the Gift Bag Showroom and autographed the hood of the #32 WINFUEL® / TRIMSPA Chevrolet. Signatures collected included: Eric McCormack, Tom Cruise, Maria Bello, Gerald Butler, David Duchovny, Tara Reid, George Lopez, Andy Garcia, Lauren Graham, Marcia Gay Harden, Regina King, Christina Lahti, William H. Macy, Virginia Madsen, Jamie Foxx, Chad Michael Murray, Tim Robbins, David Spade, Jon Voight, Treat Williams, and Emmy Rossum.    

The Broadcast Film Critics’ Association (BFCA) paid tribute to some of Hollywood’s finest talent, with awards presented to: “Sideways” for Best Picture, Jamie Fox for Best Actor, Hilary Swank for Best Actress, Thomas Haden Church for Best Supporting Actor, Virginia Madsen for Best Supporting Actress, and Tom Cruise recipient of the Distinguished Career Achievement in Performing Arts Award. For more information on the winners, go to http://www.thewb.com.

For exclusive backstage photos go to http://www.trimspapr.com/.

About WINFUEL Inc.

WINFUEL Inc., a Cedar Knolls, New Jersey company, is the maker of WINFUEL, an about-to-be released consumer product dedicated to those whose lives are committed to one thing – WINNING. WINFUEL® is a key sponsor in the NASCAR® racing circuit through Braun Racing.

About TRIMSPA Inc.

TRIMSPA® Inc., a Cedar Knolls, New Jersey company is the maker of TRIMSPA® X32, the leader in weight-loss supplements. TRIMSPA Inc. is a key sponsor in the NASCAR® racing circuit through Braun Racing, supporting various events and works with numerous charitable organizations including the Millennium Women’s Foundation, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation®, American Cancer Society®, and Make-A-Wish Foundation®. TRIMSPA® Inc. has helped celebrities like Anna Nicole Smith and heavyweight boxer Shannon Briggs lose weight. For more information about TRIMSPA Inc. and its products visit http://www.trimspa.com or call 1-800-TRIMSPA.

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Relief from the Weather at Cottage & Lakefront Living Show Opening Next Week, Thursday, Feb. 27 in Novi


NOVI, Mich. (PRWEB) February 18, 2014

The seventh annual Cottage & Lakefront Living Show for property and vacation homeowners or those looking to buy, build or rent opens Thursday, Feb. 27 and runs through Sunday, March 2 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.

Spring is approaching and our preseason event is a comprehensive showplace to start planning for this summers fun, said Mike Wilbraham, show producer of ShowSpan, Inc. Research a new cottage, take a look at a fishing kayak or boat and play in the sand at The Beach.

The Beach, a giant sandbox complete with carving tools, will be ready for creative building of sand sculptures by children and adults. Sand Pirate Janet Schrader of Fairy Godmother Services in Lakeside, MI. will share the secrets of sand as she builds a giant medieval sandcastle, teaching how to make towers, doors, windows and stairs and hosting a sandcastle contest.

The Log and Timber Frame Showcase will include how a cabin is put together, floor plans, profiles, roof options, log species, cedar siding, full logs, post and beam and do-it-yourself or contractor built home packages. Scheduled private consultations with builders and contractors can be arranged in advance through the shows website.

Cottage Living Stage experts will explain how to set up cottage ownership within a family for sharing and handing down; describe science-based practical application smart gardening designed to be sensitive to the environment, lower the environmental impact and reduce time and money spent on lawns, soil and plants; and explore other ways to enjoy a cottage more.

Children will have the opportunity to fish at the Trout Pond fully stocked by Michigan B.A.S.S. Federation Clubs and play in the kids activity center at the Cran-Hill Family Zone.

DreamCatcher BoatWorks of Grand Rapids will display custom-built, lightweight, high performance, wood-covered fiberglass canoe and stand-up paddleboard and demonstrate handcrafted building techniques on a kayak. Michigan Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society, dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of historic boats, will have boats on display.

Michigan Lake & Stream Association will provide informal advice and educational literature on shoreline construction projects and natural shoreline landscaping that benefit lake ecosystems and protect Michigans inland lakes and streams from Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and other agencies, organizations, contractors and landscape professionals.

Michigan artists at the Cottage Fine Art Show will present Great Lakes and Michigan inland lakes steel silhouettes, Petoskey stone art, rustic and driftwood furniture, copper-enameled garden art, jewelry, glass artwork, hand-carved cottage d

West Coast Artist, Laura Ann Jacobs Debuts in Monkdogz 9th International Show Official Opening, Saturday, December 2, 2006, Chelsea New York

NEW YORK (PRWEB) November 28, 2006

“Davenatrix”, a provocative juxtaposition of the taboo subjects of sex and religion, dominance and submission, highlights the new works of West Coast artist Laura Jacobs, in “Foreplay – Art of Stimulation”, at the Monkdogz 9th International exhibition. The exhibition runs November 30 through December 23, 2006.

The official opening of the Monkdogz 9th international exhibition featuring works of artists from around the world, is Saturday, December 2, 3-6pm, at the Monkdogz gallery, 547 W. 27th Street, 5th Floor, Chelsea, New York City. For information on the exhibition telephone (212) 216-0030.

Ms. Jacobs is known for her ornate sculpture pieces, rendering everyday feminine objects – (corsets, bras) – as statements on our everyday lives and the social mores to which we are subjected — “access to excess”. Her present body of work explores the extent to which we let fashion take us, our desire to be desired. They speak to the advancement of feminism countered by society’s pursuit of physical perfection and the surreal circus-like atmosphere of freaky surgery makeovers. Jacobs’ works serves to highlight society’s obsession with the female breast, obscene as it is intoxicating. She explores this starling trend with brassieres to befit, define and hold, sometimes in ridicule.

“Davenatrix”, the centerpiece Ms. Jacobs’ exhibition at the Monkdogz exhibition was inspired by her own Jewish heritage. According to Jacobs, “Facing east, every morning my Grandfather would ceremoniously unwind black leather straps connected to a little box and wrap the straps around his left arm and then his head, where the little black box would eventually lie,” she says. “He would face the east and begin to Daven (pray). This he did every single day of his life: young and poor, middle-aged and comfortable, old and feeble.”

In providing further commentary Jacobs noted, “I would compare the constraints and demands made by a pious and practicing man’s God, to a relationship of dominance and submission. Freedom of choice is practiced in the self-imposed constraints of a belief system that requires total observance and devotion. In such submission is found a personal yet paradoxical sense of grace and empowerment,” said Jacobs from her San Francisco Studio.

Laura Jacobs has been a life-long collector of “pretty things” which still find their way into her artwork. Her foray into feminine objets d’art began with designing real bras in elaborate concoctions for special-wear. “They sold well but customers were reluctant to hide such unique garments in their closets and started hanging them on their walls.” Jacobs commented. “I decided to follow their lead, and make the art less wearable and more sculptural,” she concluded.

Other selections of Jacobs’ works on display in the Monkdogz “Foreplay” exhibition include:

-“Top Drawer Trappings of the Bon Ton” – a corset in colorful plastic, showing how the new ideal of feminine beauty replaces natural assets; modern woman is still man-made;

-“Conch-ous She sell” – a pointy brassiere made of mother of pearl giving gravity-defying flight to the shapes that lie beneath.”

This is Ms Jacobs’ first New York City showing. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, she is extensively schooled in fine arts, including degrees from Alfred University, California College of Arts & Crafts, San Francisco State University, and a year at school in Florence, Italy.

She is represented on the West Coast by the Hart Gallery in Monterey and Palm Desert, California and in Las Vegas by the S2 Art group, presently exhibiting her work in their gallery in the Venetian Hotel.

Ms Jacobs’ work is in the traveling collection of Arthur S. Goldberg and private collections from Palm Beach to Boston, Silicon Valley to Baltimore. She has participated in some 50 invitational and juried shows in the US and Britain since 1985, has had seven solo exhibitions in the US and Italy, and is associated, in addition to the Hart Gallery, with galleries in Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Las Vegas and Beverly Hills.

Media Contacts:

New York – Roz Joseph | 718-710-5181 | Lorna Harris | 917-825-4959

California – Shellie Karabell | (760)-880-5059

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In 1913, Why Did President Theodore Roosevelt call Cubism Repellent? Find Out at the Virginia Premiere of 217 Films The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show


Richmond, VA (PRWEB) February 27, 2014

In 1913, The International Exhibition of Modern Art, which became known simply as the Armory Show, changed the face of art in America…for it was at this ground-breaking show where many Americans had their first taste of a kind of art that did not look like anything they had ever seen. By entering through the doors of an armory located between 25th and 26th Streets in New York City, they entered through the doors of the Modern Era.

From February 17 until March 15, 1913, Americans by the thousands pushed their way through the doors of the 69th Regiment Armory to experience Modern Art for the first time. What they saw annoyed and infuriated some…and captivated, delighted, and inspired many.

President Theodore Roosevelt, upon visiting the exhibition, called the most modern of these works repellent…and that was just the beginning of the controversy surrounding this historic exhibition.

Connecticut-based independent filmmakers Michael Maglaras and Terri Templeton of 217 Films will screen their latest film The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show in a Virginia premiere as part of the James River Film Festival at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on Friday, April 11 at 6:30 PM. The filmmakers will be in attendance and will participate in a Q&A following the screening.

Excerpts from the film can be viewed at this link: http://vimeo.com/two17films/videos.

The more I dug deeply into the history of the Armory Show, said director Michael Maglaras, who also wrote the film and narrates it, the more it became clear to me that, with this exhibition focused on the new, we had truly entered the American century: the century of our greatest achievements as a nation and the beginning of our preeminence on the world stage.

What resulted from these four weeks of mass exposure to European artists such as Cezanne, Renoir, Van Gogh, and the upstart Marcel Duchamp with his Nude Descending a Staircase as well as such Americans as Marsden Hartley, John Marin, and Charles Sheeler, changed how Americans came to understand their own times.

The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show features works by more than 60 American and European painters and sculptors. The film probes deeply into the history of how the show was organized; examines the critical efforts of American artists such as Arthur B. Davies, Walter Pach, and Walt Kuhn; and explores the impact that the show had on collectors of art as well as ordinary citizens.

The Sacramento Bee called Michael Maglaras a filmmaker of Bergman-like gravitas. His films have been described as virtuoso filmmaking (National Gallery of Art) alive and fresh (Art New England) elegiac and insightful (Naples Daily News) and unforgettable (Journal of American History). David Berona, author of Wordless Books has said of O Brother Man –This film is stunning and Judith Regan of Sirius XM called it magnificent. A recent review in The Dartmouth said of The Great Confusion that Michael Maglaras…brought the drama of the original show back to life. He has recently been featured in a full-length interview on Conversations from Penn State on Public Television.

WHAT: Virginia premiere of 217 Films The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show. The filmmakers will be in attendance and introduce the screening. This event is co-sponsored by the James River Film Festival.

WHEN: Friday, April 11, 2014 at 6:30pm

WHERE: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Leslie Cheek Theater

200 North Boulevard

Richmond, Virginia

Directions: http://vmfa.museum/Visit/Directions_+_Parking.aspx

TEL: 804-204-2681

COST: $ 8 (VMFA and JRFF members $ 5)

Purchase online: http://www.vmfa.museum/2014/JamesRiverFilmFestival.aspx

Purchase by phone: 804-340-1405

On the Web:

217 Films: http://www.two17films.com

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: http://www.vmfa.museum

James River Film Festival: http://jamesriverfilm.com/







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Cottage & Lakefront Living Show Opens Next Week, Thursday Feb. 24 in Novi


Novi, MI (Vocus/PRWEB) February 15, 2011

The Cottage & Lakefront Living Show opens next week, Thursday, Feb. 24 and runs through Sunday, Feb. 27 at the Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi for cottage, lakefront property and vacation homeowners or those looking to buy, build or rent.

Showgoers will discover that the possibilities are endless when it comes to cottage and lakefront living in Michigan, said Mike Wilbraham, show producer of ShowSpan, Inc. Whether youre looking for the perfect piece of natural artwork, information on keeping a cottage in the family, or how to maintain your shoreline, this fourth annual preseason show is the place to be to make purchases and plans for spring, summer and year-round living.

Sand Pirate Janet Schrader of Fairy Godmother Services in Lakeside, MI. will share the secrets of sand as she builds a giant medieval sandcastle, teaching how to make towers, doors, windows and stairs and hosting a sandcastle contest. The Beach, a giant sandbox complete with sand and carving tools for creative building by children and adults, will allow everyone to turn a pile of sand into a sand sculpture. Children will also have the opportunity to climb on inflatables and a portable climbing tower at the Cran-Hill Family Zone

The Log and Timber Frame Showcase will include how a cabin is put together, floor plans, profiles, roof options, log species, cedar siding, full logs, post and beam and do-it-yourself or contractor built home packages.

Sharing and keeping the cottage in the family, environmentally sensitive lake practices, bird watching, nature photography, low maintenance gardens, history of water collection, hobbies and other ways to enjoy a cottage more will be explained by the Cottage Living Stage experts.

Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership will provide informal advice and educational materials from Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Michigan Lake & Stream Association and other agencies, organizations, contractors and landscape professionals on shoreline construction projects and natural shoreline landscaping that benefit lake ecosystems and protect Michigans inland lakes.

Cottage Living Center will provide the opportunity to relax and work on a community puzzle, put a pin in an oversized Michigan map to show where a cottage is located or read a book selected from the 2011 Essential Cottage Reading List provided by Horizon Books of Traverse City.

Michigan artists at the Cottage Fine Art Show will present wearable art, photography, woodcarvings, watercolors and oil paintings for sale based on nature and wildlife. Decorative and functional accessories will be available for purchase at the Lakefront Marketplace.

Professional photographer Steve Gettle will teach how to improve digital photo skills with composition, tricks of the trade and nature and outdoor adventure photography classes (complete class selection, additional fee and advance registration information at http://www.NoviCottageShow.com).

Wildlife Encounters presented by Howell Nature Center will feature native Michigan wildlife that are permanently disabled and cannot be returned to the wild or obtained from licensed captive breeders, during presentations on the wildlife and habitats found in Michigan.

Michigan Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of historic boats will have boats on display. DreamCatcher BoatWorks of Grand Rapids, Mich. will use handcraft building techniques on a lightweight, high performance wood-covered fiberglass custom boat.

The Water & Woods Photo Contest Display will allow voting for the best photo that depicts cottage and lakefront living traditions.

Ideas to increase outdoor living space are incorporated in the landscape displays of fireplaces, cooking options, patios, decks and gardening products. Other exhibits include log, timber frame and cedar homes, cottage rental, architects, cottage furnishings, lakefront homebuilders and realtors, lakeshore maintenance, boats and docks, outdoor recreational equipment, non-profit environmental organizations, government agencies, financing and other products and services. Experts throughout the show will provide tips, advice and knowledge on purchasing, planning, maintenance, financing and landscaping cottages and lakefront properties.

Suburban Collection Showplace (formerly Rock Financial Showplace) is located at 46100 Grand River Ave. between Novi and Beck Road in Novi. Show hours are from 2 9:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday; 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $ 10; $ 4 for children 6-14 and children 5 and under admitted free. Discount coupons for $ 2 off Thursday or Friday adult admission are available at shows Web site and at participating Wendys restaurants. Free crossover admission from the Cottage & Lakefront Living Show to Outdoorama. On site parking is available for a fee. Social networkers can follow the show on Twitter http://twitter.com/novicottageshow or become a fan on Facebook http://NoviCottageShow.com/Facebook. For more information, visit http://www.NoviCottageShow.com or call (800) 328-6550.

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New England Food Show Hosts Over 350 Exhibitors for the 2014 Event


Portland, Maine (PRWEB) March 05, 2014

The New England Food Show, coming up March 16-18, 2014 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, MA, will host over 350 exhibitors for the 2014 event. The show is sponsored primarily by the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, and partners with other regional retail, specialty and hospitality groups.

The New England Food Show 2014 exhibitors include food and equipment manufacturers, agents and suppliers, food and equipment distributors, dealers, brokers and traders featuring products for retail food, foodservice, and restaurant buyers in the New England market. The exhibitor list to-date includes the following companies:

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2R-Health Inc

85 Beacon Group

AC RadioCom

Acana Northeast inc.

Accardi Foods

Accutech Packaging

Adore Floors

ADT Security Services

Advantage Payroll Services

Advantage Waypoint

Aerowerks

Against The Grain Gourmet

Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission

AllergyEats

Altro Floors and Walls

American By-Products Co., Inc.

American Express OPEN

American Metalcraft

American Trading Company

Aralia Olive Oils

Arthur J. Kaufman Sales Co

Artisan Square

ASAP Fire & Safety corp.

ASIA etc., LLC

ASK Foods, Inc.

Assured Computing Technologies, Inc

Astar Inc

Atlantic Awning

Atlantic Capes Fisheries Inc..

Atlantic Natural Foods

Atlas Watersystems, Inc

August A Busch & Co.of MA

Australian Beef & Lamb

Auto Fry/Motion Technology

Averill’s Sharper Uniforms

Avery Dennison

Bacall & Conniff, PC – Financial Management & Restaurant Accounting

Bagel Land

Baker Commodities

Bamboo Studio

Bank of America Merchant

Barilla America Inc

Baxter Bakery Products

BelGioioso Cheese Inc

Berkel Equipment

Bermar America Wine Preservation Systems

Black Bear Coatings & Concrete

Blake HIll Preserves

Blount Fine Foods

Blue Elephant

Bluefin Consultants

BoldWood Interiors

Book Ends

Bookbinder Specialties

Boston Gourmet Chefs

Boston Salads & Prepared Foods

Boston Showcase Company

BriCins Inc

Broaster Company (The)

Brownie Brittle by Sheila G

Bugambilia International Inc

Bulldog Packaging

Canada Beef Inc.

Carando Gourmet Foods

CardTronics ATM

Carlisle FoodService Products

Carrier Transicold of Boston

Catania Spagna Corp

CC-Teknologies Inc.

Ceylon Vanilla Company

Champignon North America, Inc.

Chef Works

CHEFfield Presentation

Chef’s Fun Foods

Christy’s Truck Rental

cleanTEMP

Comcast Business Class

Connecticut gourmet, LLC

Continental Refrigerator

Cool Air Creations, Inc.

Costa Fruit & Produce Co

Cove Risk Services LLC

CR Peterson Associates

Crabbies Alcoholic Ginger Beer & Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc St. Killian Importing

Crescent Duck Farm

Crown Uniform & Linen Service

Current Specialties LLC

Dansko by Alexander’s Uniforms

D’Artagnan

Dave Swain Associates

Dexter-Russell Inc

Digital Dining

Dimitria Delights Inc.

Dining Alliance

Dining du Jour, LLC

Dining Out with Bruce Newbury

Dominion Liquid Technologies LLC

Donper America

Drew’s, LLC

Drum Rock Products

Dudson USA

Duralex USA

Duro-Last Roofing Inc.

Dyson

East Coast Fire and Ventilation, Inc.

Eastern Food Service Equipment

Ecolab Inc

Economy Cash Register & POS Systems

ECOROQ

Edibles By Jack

El Recreo Estate Coffee

Elite Seating LLC

Eloma Combi Ovens

Emile Henry USA Corp

Emuamericas, LLC

ENVIROTEK USA, INC.

Equipex Ltd

Espresso Plus

Europena Ingredients Inc.

Fagor Commercial

Falvey Linen Supply

Famoso Gourmet Imports, LLc

Fantini Bakery

Fillo Factory

Finger Food Products, Inc.

Flavour Strategy

Flying Food Group

Focus Hospitality Sales LLC

Fontanini Italian Meats and Sausages

Food Warming Equipment Co Inc

Foodservice East

Force 4 Photography, LLC

Fore Green Solutions /Henny Penny of New England

Forrester Flooring

Fortessa Tableware Solutions

Freshly Squeezed

Frione Marketing LLC

Front of the House

Fruit Fly Bar Pro

Galaxy Desserts

Gasket Guy of SE MA

GasNetworks

Gelato Giuliana LLC

General Linen Service, Inc.

General Truck Center

George’s Bakery Products Inc

Golden Cannoli Shells Co., Inc.

Gonnella Frozen Products, Inc

Goose Island Beer Company

Gopinion, Inc.

Gosling’s Rum

Gracious Gourmet (The)

Grand Rapids Chair Company

GrandTen Distilling

Griffin Connect/The Griffin Report

Gringo Jack’s

Grosfillex Contract Furniture

Gulf Oil/Gulf Electricity

Gunter Wilhelm Cutlery

Hale and Hearty Soups

Hancock Gourmet Lobster Company

Harbar LLC

Harbortouch

Harbortouch Atlantic / EAG Payroll

Heartland Payment Systems

HEMLOCK INK SCREEN PRINTING & EMBROIDERY

Heritage Berkshire

Highland Foods, LLC

Himalayan Salt Co.

Hobart Corporation

Holland Hospitality Group

Hollowick Inc

Hope’s Country Fresh Cookies

Hoshizaki New England Distribution Center, Inc

Humane Society International

Imperial Bag & Paper Co., LLC

Independent Electric Supply

iRiNOX USA

Italimport Inc.

Ivy’s Fine Cakes

Jack’s Custom Woodworking

JAMBCO Inc.

James Ritteman Cash Registers

Jason Trucks Inc

JBS Imports

Jens & Marie

Jim’s Organic Coffee

JLine, Inc.

JN Kidds Distributor

JNKIDDS DISTRIBUTORS – SPECIALTY FOOD PURVEYOR

Jones Dairy Farm

Joseph’s Pasta Co

Kabobs Inc

Kent Precision Foods Group

Kettle Cuisine Inc

Kettler International Inc

Kikkoman Sales USA

Kitchen Magic

Kolo Draft

KONTOS FOODS INC

Koppert Cress USA

La Flor Products Co., Inc.

La Ronga Bakery

Lactalis Culinary

LaMarca and Sons Inc

Leaf

LeKue USA

Libbey Foodservice

Lilly’s Fresh Pasta

LMC Surgibuns

Long Range Systems

Loumidis Foods

M & M Label Co. Inc.

MA Department of Fire Services

Mancini Packing Co.

Mangia, Inc.

Maplebrook Farm

Market Forge Industries Inc

Marsal and Sons Inc

Mass Partnership for Food Safety

Massachusetts Restaurant Assoc

Mauviel USA

MCR Technologies

Mello’s Sausage Company, Inc.

Metromedia Energy Inc

Metropolitan Linen Services

MIC Food

MICROS Systems, Inc.

Midtown Markets

Mike’s Pies

Modern Pest Services

MultiGrains Bakery

Nardi/S.I.T. Inc.

Nationwide Uniform Express, Inc.

NatureSeal

NCR Aloha

Nespresso For Business

New Brunswick International Inc

New England Seating

New England Tea & Coffee

Newport Biodiesel

Norex Enterprises, Inc.

North Star Rental Systems

Northeast Laboratory Services

Northeast Stainless, Inc.

NorthStar Insurance Services, Inc.

NuCO2 Inc

OLAM FOODS

Oneida

OpenTable, Inc.

Oreck Vacuums/Bissell Big Green Commercial

Otto Trading Inc

Outdoor Living Designs

Ovention Ovens

Owens Corning Residential Products of Boston

Paino Organics LLC

Palenquera Exotic Fruit

Park National Bank Funding Solutions

PastryStar/dba Amero Foods

Paul W Marks Company Inc

payrollGREEN

PC Music

Peavey Electronics

Piantedosi Baking Company Inc

Piper Products

Planet Satellite

Poppi Al’s Inc

Positouch

PREMIUM GASTRONOMIE – GRANDES DISTILLERIES PEUREUX

Quality Life (The)

QuickLabel Systems

R. Murphy Knives

Rao’s Coffee Roasting Company

Ray’s New York Bagel

RealFood Consulting

Reid Label & Graphics

Renewal by Andersen Boston

Rentokil North America Pest Control

Rescom Exteriors Inc.

Restaurant Depot

Retail Control Solutions

RGB Architects

Rhineland Cutlery

RI Hospitality Association

Richer Pour Wine Company

Risch

Robot Coupe – Butkevich Associates

Robot Coupe USA

Rockport Specialty Seafoods

Root! Foods

Rosle USA

Rotella’s Italian Bakery

S & D Coffee / Victor Coffee

Saniserv

Seco Select

Serralles USA

ServSafe/National Restaurant Association

Sheila G /Vintage Italia

Sid Wainer & Son

SIDRA TRADING COMPANY

SIGNUM LLC

Silverleaf Resorts

SKAL East

Smart Restaurant Products

Snapchef Culinary Staffing and Training

Solprox

Somerset Industries Inc

Sonic Drive In

SONO ITALIANO CORP

Sparrow Enterprises Ltd

Spence – Wells Associates

Spindrift Beverage Co, LLC

Standley Sales Co.

Stash Tea Company

Steelite International

Sterno Candle Lamp

Stonewall Kitchen, Ltd.

Stonhard

Stuffed Foods LLC.

Summit Spring Water

Sunrise Marketing/epunched

Supreme Corporation Inc

Swing Labels, LLC

Swipely

Swisher International, Inc.

Sysco Boston LLC

Tablecraft Products

Tarlow Breed Hart & Rodgers, PC – Albert A DeNapoli, Esq.

Taylor Freezer Of New England

Tech Logistics

Tech Transport

The Culinary Institute of America

TinderPro Firewood

Toast POS

Tony’s Clam Chowder

Torani/R. Torre & Company

Traditional Breads Inc

TransAct Technologies

Traulsen Refrigeration

TriMark Disposables

TriMark United East

True Food Service Equipment

True Manufacturing

TurningPoint Systems

Tuuci

Ultimate Textile

UMASS Hospitality and Tourism Mgmt Dept

Unicorr Packaging

Unisource

United Citrus Products

Unity Food Sales

Vermont Soy LLC

Victorinox Swiss Army

Vollrath Company, LLC

Vulcan-Hart

Walco Stainless

Wexler Packaging Products

Whit’s Media

Wikki Stix Co.

Wolf Equipment

Write Touch POS – East Commerce Solutions

Xpedx

Zinneken’s Belgian waffles

Industry professionals and buyers wishing to attend can register at http://www.nefs-expo.com, or by calling 508-743-8579. Registrants who belong to state restaurant or specialty associations receive discounted registration.

Companies interested in exhibiting at the 2014 New England Food Show should contact Beth Schultz, sales(at)nefs-expo.com.

About New England Food Show

The New England Food Show is produced by Diversified Communications. Sponsored by the Massachusetts Restaurant Association and supported by other New England state restaurant, retail, hospitality and specialty food associations, NEFS is the region’s largest and most attended trade show for retail food and foodservice buyers and professionals. http://www.nefs-expo.com

About Diversified Communications

Diversified Business Communications provides information and market access through magazine publishing, online resources and trade exhibitions on four continents. Diversifieds core markets include the commercial marine, natural and organic, food and seafood industries. In addition, they produce leading events across several markets such as finance, building and construction, healthcare and textiles. http://www.divcom.com

Qualified Media (approval required) interesting in covering the event can register for free at http://www.nefs-expo.com.







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