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What’s Going On Important new products, corporate news and industry events.
The Atlanta Foodservice Expo will be held this year from September 18- 19. The event will be held once again at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta.
The two day event brings together
industry professionals, new products
and many demonstrations, along with
the chance to mingle with others in the
Restaurant Industry. For all details on
this years’ event, either to attend or show
and sell your products with a booth,
contact Steve Everett, Sales Manager for
Companies: A-J, email steve.everett@expodevco.com or call 404.647.0805 or Penny Everett, Sales Manager Companies: K-Z. Email to penny.everett@expodevco.com or call 404.334.4583. Jon Everett is the Show Director. For Key Accounts contact him at email:jon.everett@expodevco.comorcall404.994.2918.
Asian Garden Restaurant & Bar has opened in Dacula. With 6,000 square feet, the restaurant offers a variety of food such as Sushi, Hibachi, Chinese and Thai along with a bar for drinks. Located at 2463 Hamilton Mill Parkway Ste. 210, it’s in the Mall of Georgia and can be reached at 678.889.2281.
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Dallas-based Main Event, the na- tion’s fastest-growing bowling-an- chored restaurant and entertainment brand, has opened its latest facility at 471 Northolt Parkway in Suwanee. It features chef-inspired dining, more than 100 virtual and interactive games, laser tag, a high ropes adventure course and state-of-the-art bowling. The new world-class entertainment center marks the third Main Event in Georgia and the 31st location system-wide. The 49,000 square-foot entertainment com- plex features elements of the brand’s newest design pro-
totype that offers
a rich, energetic
and social experi-
ence for guests. The
center features in-
novative American
fare and hand-
crafted cocktails in
promotional, branding or messaging opportunities for restaurants, hotels, motels, and other hospitality industry venues. The five-foot steel, powder coated bench includes a large area to accommodate a logo or messaging along the bench seat which can be wrapped along the side, to promote identity or branding. Unlike logos ap- plied with paint or decals, the message on Lucid benches is laser cut and inte- gral to the bench, it will not chip, peel, fade or become discolored. In addi- tion to restaurants and institutions, they can be used for green spaces, schools and universities, sports venues
or wherever comfort- able, durable seating and branding are de- sired. Manufactured in Princeton, ON and available factory di- rect or through dis- tributors and dealers
a high-energy bar and Italian-inspired street food at LaBella’s.
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Atlanta's annual Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry is celebrating 29 years in 2017. The event will be held April 20 at the Southern Exchange, lo- cated at 200 Peachtree Street NW, #206 in Atlanta. The Event Chairmen are Pano Karatassos & George McKerrow. This year there will be more restaurants
and more chefs
participating, plus
more opportuni-
ties to raise money
to end childhood
hunger in Georgia
and across the nation. For all informa-  throughout North America. For further tion and how to be a part of this
event contact Allison Palestrini at apalestrini@strength.org.
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Paris Site Furnishings has intro- duced the Lucid series backless bench which offers user comfort along with
information, visit www.PEML.com or call 800.387.6318.
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BakingTech 2017, hosted by the American Society of Baking, is being held February 26-28 2017, in Chicago,
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