VIBE Conference Moves to a New Location

VIBE Conference infuses top-level executives with hands-on experiences, exclusive research and networking opportunities that increase the bottom line. Last year, nineteen top speakers and mixologists from around the nation shared their secrets, stories and beverages with VIBE attendees.

This year, VIBE Conference will continue to facilitate one-of-a-kind opportunities in a unique new location. Known for its spectacular views of the Strip and their deluxe amenities VIBE will call the Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas home from March 25 – 26, 2014. 

The Palms recently underwent a multi-million dollar transformation, leaving nothing untouched. Throughout the hotel, you’ll find plush lounges, stylish bars and award-winning restaurants in addition to the elegant and stylish redesigned guestrooms. In addition, complimentary shuttle service runs from the hotel to the famed Las Vegas strip every half hour from 11am to 8pm.

Instagram Giveaway to America's Largest Bar Expo

Win 2 VIP Passes to Nightclub & Bar Show 2020

Visit our Instagram page @nightclubbar to enter the Hello Summer Giveaway! You have until Thursday, 6/27 at 11:59pm PST to enter. Winner will be chosen Friday, 6/28 and announced in the comments of the post. Nightclub & Bar Show takes place March 30-April 1, 2020 in Las Vegas and celebrates 35 years! Good Luck!

VIBE will be offering a special guestroom rate for attendees; stay tuned to the VIBE website and this newsletter for announcements on when this rate will become available.  

In addition, while planning your trip make sure to schedule some time to stop by the Las Vegas Convention Center where the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show is being held on March 24 – 26, 2014.  Your VIBE attendee badge will grant access to the events robust trade show floor that will host hundreds of new products and services.

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