Deadline to register and to receive a pre-printed badge is Wednesday, September 12, 2018.
The Arkansas Restaurant Association, the Arkansas Lodging Association and the Arkansas Travel Council join together for the 2018 Arkansas Hospitality Association Vendor Showcase & Convention. Come find everything you need to run your business all year, and enjoy the Hospitality Games featuring the bartending competition, bednastics, and maintenance challenge.
Join us for one or all of the exciting events planned during the week:
With so many activities, exhibits, and networking opportunities, it’s no accident that this event ranks among the most popular trade shows in Arkansas year after year.
We hope you will take this opportunity to sponsor, exhibit, or attend the 2018 Arkansas Hospitality Association Vendor Showcase & Convention to help us showcase the stars of the hospitality industry in Arkansas!
“I attend the AHA trade show to check out new products, meet new vendors and visit with old. I love networking to find out how people deal with the same problems I face every day.”
-JIM SHAMBURGER, BEST WESTERN WINNERS CIRCLE INN
“We’re excited to be participating in this year’s Arkansas Hospitality Association’s Trade Show. Last year was a great experience that gave us an opportunity to display some of our products and services as well as meet new prospective customers. It’s also a great feeling to see many of our existing customers in attendance as they stop by our booth and say how nice it is to see us contributing. We’ve been to other show’s and the attendance for AHA Trade Show is one of the best. It’s also really nice to meet other vendors and open networking opportunities. We look forward to seeing you again and eating lots of tasty dishes the different chefs prepare.”
-JOHN RISTAINO, AMERIPRIDE
“Everyone in tourism needs social networking-the AHA Trade Show is where you will find new products, new places to stay and new places to go, not to mention re-connecting with those of us who have been around for a long time!”
-RENEE ROBISON, GRAND PRAIRIE CENTER