Events that offer a chance to connect like this create a wealth of opportunities. It was rewarding to see our craft brewing partners building connections for the future – and a pleasure to do so over an excellent brew!
Fort Worth, Texas (PRWEB) June 12, 2017
May Group, the award-winning provider of eye-catching, American-made visual branding solutions, recently hosted an event to celebrate Texas craft brewers.
Billed as both a networking event and party with live music, the celebration was held at company headquarters on June 1st. Activities included a tour of May Group’s 140,000 sq/ft state-of-the-art facility, dinner & drinks, networking opportunities, and a keynote presentation titled “The Growth of Rahr – How We Did It and How We're Moving Forward” by Jim Prince, VP of Sales at Rahr & Sons Brewing.
While May Group has been in the industry for nearly 80 years, it has recently amplified its focus on the craft beer market. The nation’s #1 provider of tacker signage, May Group uses a wide range of materials, innovative technology and a sustainable ethos to create unique products from flight trays to illuminated signage for craft brewers in Texas and around the country.
Executive Vice President, Eric Lorberfeld, described the event, attended by 80 Texas brewers, as great fun as well as a great success. “Events that offer a chance to connect like this create a wealth of opportunities. It was rewarding to see our craft brewing partners building connections for the future – and a pleasure to do so over an excellent brew!”
About May Group
Today May Group serves major consumer brands, large retailers, creative agencies, store fixture and display manufacturers, and marketing services firms. Our creativity and passion for innovation help our clients elevate their brand in increasingly competitive retail landscapes. We are thankful to have been part of so many exciting consumer and retailing trends and changes since 1946, and we look forward to continuing our leadership position as an industry innovator in visual brand communications.