Gordon Food Service to invite their customers to attend The Canadian Coffee & Tea Show
DATE: August 28, 2012
Gordon Food Service is very excited about the chance to bring their customers out to The Canadian Coffee & Tea Show. Kelly Anderson of GFS says that, “we are all about bringing value to our customers, and bringing them to the coffee and tea industry show of the year will help them improve as operators, and ultimately be better customers for us. It’s a win-win.”
Having a top-notch coffee and tea program is important for foodservice operators and the Canadian Coffee & Tea Show, happening at the International Centre in Toronto on September 9 & 10 is a great place for operators to learn the best practices and see the newest products available in the industry.
In addition to quality education sessions and workshops each morning of the show, is the extensive trade show floor and networking event. The demo stage features So You Think You Can Be a Tea Sommelier, The Coffee and Tea Cocktail Completion, and the Latte Art competition. You can also see Canada’s top baristas battle it out during the Canadian Barista Championship, which takes place over two days on its own dedicated stage. The winner of the Canadian Barista Championship will move on to the World Barista Championships in Australia.
Don’t miss all the education and action. Gordon Food Service customers won’t.
About Gordon Food Service:
Gordon Food Service is North America’s largest family-owned broadline foodservice distributor. Our company mission is centred around our customers. We dedicate ourselves to providing quality products and solutions to help drive our customers’ success. With over a century of experience in the foodservice business, we’ve learned a few things over the years. We have helped thousands of businesses in hundreds of communities better serve their customers.
About the Canadian Coffee & Tea Show:
The Canadian Coffee & Tea Show is designed to meet the needs of independent coffee & tea retailers, restaurateurs, foodservice operators, chain operators and buyers. The show offers an extensive educational program geared to new entrepreneurs, independents and chain operators alike. It also features the country’s largest industry trade show, showcasing products and services from North America and around the world, the Canadian Barista Championship the Coffee and Tea Cocktail Competition, and the So You Think You Can Be a Tea Sommelier and Latte Art competitions.
For more information and to register for the event: www.coffeeteashow.ca
For sponsorship and exhibitor enquiries, contact Michael Cronin at 866-688-0504 x 114 or firstname.lastname@example.org