Napa Valley To Show Off Meeting, Event and Retreat Services at July Hospitality Trade Show

Share Article

Napa Valley Hospitality Trade Show set for July 17 and sponsored by Concierge Alliance of Napa Valley and Sonoma. Attendees to have access to spectacular Napa Valley meeting venues, event service providers and top chefs and caterers working in the region.

News Image
“With its close proximity to three international airports, a large metropolitan area and the state capital, Napa Valley provides and enticing and beautiful venue for corporate retreats, meetings and events."

Napa Valley will be showcasing all it has to offer event planners, destination marketing companies and corporate meeting planners when it hosts the first Napa Valley Hospitality Trade Show on July 17 at Charles Krug Winery in Saint Helena in Napa Valley. The day-long event will highlight the diversity of service providers, caterers, venues, transportation options and other companies that can help make a Napa Valley corporate retreat, off-site meetings, event and conference a success.

The Napa Valley Hospitality Trade show is being produced by the Concierge Alliance of Napa Valley and Sonoma (CANVAS), a 850-member strong wine country organization of local concierge, tour guide, and hospitality professionals.

“With its close proximity to three international airports, a large metropolitan area and the state capital, Napa Valley provides and enticing and beautiful venue for corporate retreats, meetings and events,” said Colby Smith, executive director and co-founder of CANVAS. “We are excited to present the vast range of third party vendors, venues, and caterers available in Napa Valley to businesses seeking to create a successful and unique experience for their next event.”

DETAILS:
When: Tuesday, July 17
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Where: Charles Krug Winery, Saint Helena, California
Attendee Cost: $25 -$95

In addition to an array of exhibitors to meet, attendees will be invited to take part in a morning guided tour of various venues up and down the Napa Valley. The tours of venues will be followed by a lunch, showcasing top chefs from catering services such as Meadowood Resort and Grapevine Catering, in three spaces created by designers who will showcase striking environments to inspire event planners.

ENTIRE SPECTRUM OF SERVICES AND VENUES ON DISPLAY
Attendees are expected to arrive from around the Bay Area and the Sacramento area. Meeting planners and destination marketing professionals likely know of Napa Valley but are unlikely to have been exposed to the full range of and newest local services and venues available to them for planning their events, retreats and meetings. Among the services being showcased at the Trade Show will be transportation providers, caterers and chefs, excursion planners, event venues, rental companies, lighting and sound providers, entertainment agents and talent, parking service providers, specialty gift services, lodging and resorts, and more.

Charles Krug Winery, one of the Napa Valley’s oldest and most famous wineries will host the Napa Valley Trade Show in its Carriage House as well as on its Great Lawn, shaded by heritage oaks, one of the premier outdoor spaces in Napa Valley.

Information on attending or exhibiting at the Napa Valley Hospitality Trade Show can be found at the CANVAS website: http://www.conciergealliance.com/TradeShow.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Colby Smith
CANVAS
(707) 254-5495
Email >
Follow us on