Come and enjoy the experience of attending the second largest Foodservice show in the nation. TASN and our Industry sponsors are excited to provide learning sessions and key speakers to increase our education and excitement. The theme this year is: School Nutrition: A Blooming Business. And what a business it is! In 2012, over 893 million meals were consumed by students in the state of Texas. School districts in Texas are continually striving for innovative ways to serve our customers and our Industry partners are there to meet the needs of school nutrition professionals with the tools to make them strive for success.
The 2014 TASN Conference will feature several learning sessions that will provide you with deepened knowledge, sharpened skills, and renewed motivation. Certification credit will be given to all attendees based on attendance at sessions.
Exhibiting at the TASN Annual Conference, your company will have the opportunity to target your marketing dollars towards hundreds of school district professionals who make product recommendations and purchasing decisions. This is your best opportunity to showcase your products and services to school nutrition professionals in Texas who represent $1.8 billion in buying power.
TASN Exhibit Facts
• TASN hosts the second largest state school food show in the nation, averaging over 280 booths per year!
• TASN exhibitors include: food and equipment distributors, manufacturers and brokers, technology suppliers, consultants, and other service providers related to child nutrition.
• Exhibiting at TASN’s Annual Conference enhances your company image and creates brand awareness. 95% of exhibitors have exhibited for more than 5 years.
TASN provides resources that enhance and promote non-profit child nutrition programs for the benefit of our school children.
For more than 20 years, TASN has undertaken a certification program to help school nutrition professionals continue their education and reach career goals. College courses, workshops sponsored by the Texas Department of Agriculture, and TASN training seminars can be used toward certification. These programs not only improve the value of service to school children, but they enhance members’ earning potential and career development.