Last Chance! Submit your VIBE Vista Award Nomination Today

VIBE VIsta AwardsThe annual VIBE Conference is currently accepting nominations for the 2014 VIBE Vista Awards.  Submission must be received by Today, September 16, 2013 for consideration.  

Entry forms and details are available at www.vibeconference.com.

Companies are judged on creating positive initiatives that spark beverage sales, innovations that contribute to operational efficiencies and training and service programs that lead to the highest quality standards and operational practices. The Awards recognize the creation, training, execution, management, and on-going positive results of an on-premise national chain company’s corporate beverage program. The overall program must result in guest satisfaction and increased beverage sales.

The VIBE Awards recognize excellence in two distinct categories:

  • Multi-Unit Chain Restaurants
  • Hotels, Casinos and Cruise Lines

Within each category, the Awards honor the best programs in spirits, wine, beer, adult alcohol-free, menus, events and promotions, and responsible alcohol service.  To ensure objectivity and un-biased professional review the 2014 VIBE Awards Program, VIBE will continue its relationship with Johnson & Wales University to oversee the judging. All judging is done against a specific set of criteria clearly outlined in the entry application.  

VIBE will also present three distinct On-Premise Beverage Industry Awards which includes the Vista Operator Award, Visionary Award and Supplier Excellence Award. If you would like to submit a nomination for one of these awards, contact Allyson Dwyer of Johnson & Wales University directly via email at [email protected].

Visit vibeconference.com today to learn more. Good Luck!

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