Awesome had the greatest time there, plus the value I got as a sponsor of the show was way better than any other form of advertising I have tried
I normally don’t write testimonials, but I felt compelled to write this after my wife and I attended the 2015 Alberta Food & Beverage Expo. We had heard about the Expo through a few friends that had been years past but I had not gone as I felt it looked to be a very expensive event. All I can say is, this event had tremendous value and like their advertisement said, it truly was the social event of the year. Between my wife and myself, we spent a total of $90.00 for the evening but sampled far more than that in both food & drink. We sampled both food & drink that we would have never tried otherwise and my wife has now found her new favorite wine and I have found my new favorite beer. Not to mention amazing restaurants that for some reason we had never been to and now frequent on a regular basis. And let’s not forget about all the gift certificates we left with. I think we had around $250 dollars in really good gift certificates that we fully intend to use up before the 2016 Expo. Who knew Lethbridge had so many great restaurants! We are now in love with the Wooden Shoe and their amazing meats and cheeses. We can’t wait to go to the next Expo to see what’s new and to have a great night out.
Thanks to all the Alberta Food & Beverage Staff for putting on a truly great event and for making a believer out of a skeptic! See you all next year!
We went to the Food and Beverage this last January with a couple of friends.
It was an amazing event! From the friendly greeters at the door - (wine glasses handed to you on the way in) to the layout of the show - it was great! There was a good variety of vendors to explore and sample during the evening. The food and drink samples were of a great assortment. I'm sure that everyone was able to find something to please their tastes. The casino table was a fun distraction as well. It was a bit too crowded in the walk ways at times - I guess that's a result of so much interest in the Expo - not a bad thing. I think the minimum quantity of sample tickets that could have been purchased was $25 this year. In my opinion, I think that the $20 that was the minimum the previous year would be more welcome to some people. Chances are they would buy more than one package, but it's sometimes more of a "mental" thing. A little more walking around area would be an improvement, but all in all, it was a wonderfully planned out and executed event!!! Good job and thank you to all the organizers!