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Hospo news event of the year

Hospo news event of the year

The best of New Zealand's Restaurant industry are coming Auckland to see, select and celebrate the finest in Hospitality for 2006.

From Sunday October 8th to Tuesday October 10th, Hospitality NZ is on and it's an event full of news, comment and colour.

In particular the NZ Culinary Fare showcasing New Zealand’s up and coming talent in the kitchen and restaurants, watch 1000 competitors compete for National titles over the three days.

All New Zealand's leading restaurant professionals, staff, managers and owners will be there, catching up with colleagues and competitors, sharing insights and inspiration, benchmarking against other businesses and setting the standards that will define New Zealand's dining scene for 2007.

This is THE event for the Restaurant Association of New Zealand, we're organising awards, professional development seminars, industry forums as well as Feast, the industry's dinner of the year (previously known as Famous Chefs).

In my role as Business Development Manager for the Restaurant Association I would like to invite you to be part of Hospitality NZ and to assist you in getting the stories and comment from the many on offer during the show. If you would like to come and visit behind the scenes of any (or every) aspect of Hospitality NZ, please do not hesitate to contact me and it will be my pleasure to host you.

If you'd like to discuss getting the best out of the show, I'd love to help, please don't hesitate to contact me, all my details are listed below. There is a lot of info available on www.hospitalitynz.co.nz to assist too.

ENDS

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