ARLINGTON, Va. — Food Marketing Institute isn't going to gamble on whether attendees might be lured away from the sessions at the association's first all-education version of its annual show. As it gears up to launch an alternating-year conference and trade show format that rotates to different cities, FMI reversed its original plan and instead will produce booth-exhibit shows for the next two years — at McCormick Place in Chicago this year, as previously scheduled, and then at Mandalay Bay ...
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