Video: Sponsors shine at COEX 2013

Posted by IFMA April 02, 2013

Tagged in Associate Members Chain Operators COEX Manufacturer Members Sponsorship Opportunities

The Chain Operators EXchange (COEX), March 3-6, 2013, was an extraordinary conference that brought together 400 foodservice leaders from the chain operator and IFMA Member community. Without the generous support of our sponsors, COEX would not be possible.

Click on the image below to view highlights from our COEX 2013 sponsors.

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