With what has become
synonymous with entertainment for all ages and backgrounds, the Bahamian
culinary arts community, through the organization of the event creative team
, has successfully produced and branded a unique and tasteful signature event.
For the past two years, the annual Culinary Fusion Expo has attracted hundreds of attendees, all craving the
artistic showcase that the event offers.
Coming off of the heels
of the committee’s largest event to date, the 2014 Culinary Expo left
the local community in a wave of excitement and served up international
appeal to visiting journalists from Canada and the United States,
leaving their followers craving more.
Organizers are poised and ready to host this expo for another year in anticipation of an even greater event.
Last year was also the first time that the event was open to other islands for participation.
As a result of greater inclusion in the event, the organizers have
received nothing but positive feedback from both New Providence and the
Bahamas Culinary Fusion Expo event sponsors; Chrissy Hanna - Bahamian Beverage Brewery, Brooke Grant - Ministry of Tourism, Grand Bahama; Magnus Alnebeck - Manager Pelican Bay Hotel; Sean Johnson - Founder, Bahamas Culinary Fusion Expo; Sanique Culmer - Ministry of Tourism, Grand Bahama; David Mackey - TheBahamasWeekly.com; Olivia McDonald - Bristol Cellars
Culinary Fusion Expo is all about networking and expanding
clientele for the vendors, whether it is business-to-business or people
opportunities and the Meeting of the Minds: Culinary Fusion event is the
arena to make this possible.
The vision of the Meeting of Minds
is to provide a flexible platform where businesses can determine how
much of an impression their brand makes.
During the showcase
afforded to Food and Beverage professionals at the event, everyone is on
a level playing field and it is left up to the individual vendors to
determine how much they can stand out among the competition through
displaying their creativity and the quality of their product.
The road to the
Culinary Fusion Expo 2015 will be captured during an
extensive media tour throughout the month of October and will consist of
radio, TV, newspaper and social media outlets.
The tour will
feature more information on the upcoming expo, vendors and the current
state of the food & beverage industry, including what's new and
Keep and eye out for the event’s social media activity via facebook.com/mom242, as this is where announcements will be made for each stop on the media tour. Coverage will also be found on TheBahamasWeekly.com.
Persons can register for the Meeting of the Minds: Culinary Fusion Expo
2015 by contacting Sean Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or in Grand
Bahama at the Ministry of Tourism, Poinciana Drive.
LATE Registration DEADLINE: MONDAY SEPT 21.