Produce Marketers Association and Oxygen Bars Join Forces at PMA Trade Show in Atlanta, GA

Orlando, FL (PressExposure) October 12, 2011 -- The Produce Marketers Association (PMA) will be holding its 2011 Fresh Summit, in Atlanta, GA from October 14 through 17. At least 18,500 people are expected to attend this International Convention and Exposition.

Industry giants such as Del Monte, Dole, Monsanto, Sunkist, Sysco and will be sponsoring and exhibiting. Thousands of participants from food service, supermarkets, government agencies, educational institutions, and other organizations representing the entire supply chain of produce and flowers will be represented at the trade show. In search of networking opportunities and a chance to promote their products and services, buyers and sellers will be jostling for attention from each other. Trade show participants have had to find creative ways to catch the eye of a potential customer. An oxygen bar will be one crowd-attracting device and attendee perk that will be seen at this year's trade show. will be setting up a four-station oxygen bar at the Fresh Summit. In the evening, will be supplying oxygen after-hours at a corporate party. With individual oxygen sessions running in the five-minute range, the oxygen bars will provide participants an unprecedented way to promote their products and information to a relaxed, receptive, and captive audience. This event should be a valuable networking and business development opportunity for all of those who choose to attend. If you are a member of the produce or floral delivery or acquisition market this is one event you don't want to miss. There will be all types of exhibits set up for both the consumer and the suppliers. Top industry icons will rule the day no doubt. So make sure to register for the trade show in advance and get to Atlanta for a whirlwind Produce Marketers Association event that will live up to the hype that has created because of the gravity of the event.

Press Release Submitted On: October 12, 2011 at 12:19 pm
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