• Produced by Expo Media, the National Pizza and Pasta Show takes place August 23-25 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.
  • It will feature 300-plus exhibits, 30 seminars, 20 workshops, live demonstrations and more.

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Pizzeria and Italian restaurant operators from across the U.S. and Canada will flock to Chicago this summer for the National Pizza and Pasta Show, taking place August 23-25 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

The event, produced by Expo Media, will feature under one roof everything that pizzeria owners need to maximize their niche in the pizza, pasta and Italian foods business.

Attendees can refresh their knowledge and revitalize their creativity at the show as they browse through more than 300 exhibits packed with innovative products, services, technologies and equipment.

The National Pizza and Pasta Show will also offer 30 hot-topic seminars, 20 workshops, live demonstrations, tours of famous Windy City pizzerias, the Chicago & Artisan Pizza Masters Certification Program and U.S. Pizza Team competitions.

PMQ Pizza Media is the event’s media sponsor. The show is being promoted in ads in PMQ and Food Industry News, Chicagoland’s ultimate source for foodservice news.

Attendees can take advantage of the National Pizza and Past Show’s early bird registration rate of $50 per person—a 50% discount on the regular rate of $100—by signing up by May 1. To get your tickets online, visit www.nationalpizzashow.com and hit the Attend button at the top of the page.

To become a sponsor or an exhibitor, contact Expo Media Inc. at 754-246-6112, send a fax to 954-462-6672, or email info@nationalpizzashow.com.

Expo Media, Inc. has more than 35 years of convention planning and trade show management experience in various major markets and venues, including McCormick Place, Madison Square Garden, Jacob Javits Convention Center, Broward County Civic Center, Los Angeles Convention Center, Santa Clara Convention Center and Orange County Convention Center. They were the original producers of the National Pizza & Pasta Show in Chicago, New York City and California, as well as the International Gourmet Show, Midwest Gourmet Show and the Florida Foodservice Show.

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