NOV 24, 2020 - USBG ANNOUNCES DATES FOR 2021 REGIONAL CONFERENCES


 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 24, 2020



UNITED STATES BARTENDERS’ GUILD ANNOUNCES DATES FOR 2021 REGIONAL CONFERENCES



HENDERSON, NV (NOVEMBER 24, 2020) - The United States Bartenders’ Guild (USBG) today announces dates for the organization’s regional conferences in 2021. Currently the USBG plans to hold the conferences in person.

  • Northeast: Pittsburgh, September 12-15
  • West: Portland, OR, September 26-29
  • South: Jacksonville, FL, October 3-6
  • Southwest: Houston, October 17-20
  • Midwest: Columbus, OH, October 24-27 

2021 will be the eighth consecutive year the USBG has held regional conferences. The objective is to gather some of the country's most engaged bartenders and industry professionals for three days to discuss educational topics designed to provide attendees with key learnings, valuable insights, and practical takeaways while offering the opportunity to build stronger connections within our USBG regional communities. 

Said USBG Executive Director Aaron Gregory Smith, “After this extended period in which our communications and networking have been focused on digital and other remote channels, we hope to connect in person, be able to shake hands, hug each other, and welcome one another into shared spaces again. I absolutely cannot wait to see everyone.”

Registration will launch in March. Details will be available at www.usbg.org

Tune into the USBG Weekly on Instagram @usbg on Wednesday, November 25 at noon Pacific/3 p.m. Eastern. This week, in a pre-recorded episode, Jules Aron and Raul Faria discuss steps people in our industry can take to stay safe and healthy over the holidays.

Follow the USBG through multiple social media channels: IG/FB/TWITTER: @usbg/@TheUSBG/@TheUSBG.



About the United States Bartenders’ Guild

Founded in 1948, the United States Bartenders’ Guild®️ is a non-profit professional society of bartenders and other hospitality professionals uniting the hospitality community to advance professional bartending. The USBG believes that every U.S. bartender achieves greater personal and professional success by connecting to diverse local and national hospitality communities. Through our network of over 40 communities nationwide, the USBG connects members with peer-to-peer learning, expert instruction, community service projects, and skills-based competition. Learn more at www.usbg.org.



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