The bright lights and big city can be a little daunting, especially when you’re in the Big Apple. But if you’re coming to Manhattan to attend The New York Produce Show and Conference for business, you can bring your spouse or partner and don’t have to worry that they will feel alone.
Show attendees can make sure their spouse or partners connect and enjoy an experience like no other by registering them for the conference’s Spouse/Companion program. While attendees are busy working, the spouses and partners will savor all of the glitz and glamour New York has to offer, from the beauty of Broadway and Fifth Avenue to the holiday lights at Rockefeller Center. Registrants also take in all of the events at the Show and Conference — such as the Opening Cocktail Reception.
The program has been a big hit in years’ past, allowing spouses and companions to meet, forge friendships and even network while safely enjoying the city. This year, the lineup planned for Wednesday is spectacular.
Registrants in the program will be treated to a day of pampering, sightseeing and shopping. It begins with exclusive use of the Presidential suite at the Hilton Hotel and features a “get-to-know-everyone” continental breakfast and refreshments available throughout the day, as well as getting an expert makeup application and a chair massage before starting your journey through New York.
From there, take a guided tour of the city with a morning shopping experience to Manhattan’s most unique retail stores, including a visit to world-renowned Bergdorf Goodman and the flagship store for Tiffany & Co. There also will be an exclusive coach that will take program registrants on a whirlwind tour of top museums, historic sites, Chinatown, Little Italy and more. The main highlight of the day: having High Tea under the soaring stained glass in The Palm Court at the famed Plaza hotel.
Participants in the spouse/companion program also are free to attend any event at the conference. This includes entry to the opening reception, keynote breakfast, the highly popular cooking demonstrations, seminars, workshops and the trade show itself. Only the Thursday bus tours require an additional fee.
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To register for the spouse/companion program here.
Source: Jim Prevor's Perishable Pundit