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North Coast Wine Industry Expo Exhibitor Booths – Sold Out


NCWIE 2014June 3rd, 2014, Healdsburg, CA – The Wine Industry Network (WIN) today announced that all 338 available booths for the 3rd annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo have sold out. The Expo is the 2nd largest wine industry trade show in North America and will be held on December 4th in Grace Pavilion and the Hall of Flowers at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, CA.

Expo attendees will have two additional educational sessions to choose from this year bringing the total number to six. Panel discussions will focus on current industry trends relevant to the North Coast wine industry. Conference and trade show registration will open online at www.wineindustryexpo.com on August 4, 2014 and discounts will be offered when purchasing multiple conference sessions.

“The support that the local wine industry as well industry suppliers from across the country, have shown the North Coast trade event has been phenomenal,” said George Christie, President of Wine Industry Network. “We’re working hard to deliver an exceptional experience to the industry as well as access to the best industry suppliers and the products and services they provide.”

Companies that would like to exhibit at this year’s event may join the waiting list at: www.wineindustryexpo.com/waitlist

About the Wine Industry Network (WIN):

Based in Healdsburg, California, WineIndustryNetwork.com is the wine industry’s most comprehensive business resource websites operating as an on-line trade show and created specifically to help industry professionals locate and connect more easily with the industry’s best suppliers and service professionals. WIN also produces The North Coast Wine Industry Expo, based in Santa Rosa, California, and the online industry publication, the Wine Industry Advisor (wineindustryadvisor.com).



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