FMI’s new, more compact location in Las Vegas resulted in a packed show floor for much of the conference last week
LAS VEGAS — The gamble appears to have paid off. In its first year here after a run of 23 years in Chicago, the annual Food Marketing Institute Show moved to the Mandalay Bay Convention Center last week and seemed to have been rejuvenated, according to several attendees interviewed at the show by SN. “It's different being in Las Vegas,” said Jerel Golub, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Price Chopper Supermarkets, Schenectady, N.Y. “There's an atmosphere that's new ...
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