UNMASK YOUR POTENTIAL
2023 IBDEA CONFERENCE
February 23-27, 2023
Best One-Stop 4-Day Networking Event in the Beverage Dispensing Industry
|Registration Fees||Until January 8||After January 8||On-Site|
|Product Fair 8′ x 10′ Booth||$1,700||$1,800||No On-Site Registration|
|Product Fair 8′ x 20′ Booth||$2,700||$2,800||No On-Site Registration|
|Golf at TPC Louisiana||$135||$135||Must register by January 26, 2023|
|New Orleans School of Cooking Class||$37||$37||Must register by February 20, 2023|
How to Register for the Conference and Activities
You can register to attend the 2023 IBDEA Conference & Activities in the following ways:
― ONLINE with a credit/debit card at IBDEA.org.
― BY EMAIL – Send the form(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
― BY MAIL – Send the completed form(s) below along with credit/debit card info or check to:
14070 Proton Rd, Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75244
Allow 5 business days for email or mail confirmations.
Transportation to/from the Hotel
― Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is about 25 minutes away.
― The Amtrak station is a mile from the hotel.
— Shuttle transportation to/from the airport is available (fee applies). Book your shuttle.
— Discounted Self-Parking $25/night.
— Enterprise & National Car Rental – IBDEA Member Discount
Weather and Attire
Typical weather in New Orleans in late February is mild, with little rain. The average temperature is mainly around the 70s but can dip into the low 50s at night. It should be nice enough for short sleeves and a light jacket during the day but don’t forget something warmer if you plan to go out in the evening. Attire for the Conference is “relaxed” Business Casual. The closing dinner will have a mardi gras–masquerade theme. So let’s see some outfits with vivid colors!!
New Orleans (NOLA) is a Louisiana city near the Gulf of Mexico on the Mississippi River. Nicknamed the “Big Easy,” it’s known for its round-the-clock nightlife, vibrant live-music scene, and spicy, singular cuisine reflecting its history as a melting pot of French, African and American cultures. Embodying its festive spirit is Mardi Gras, the late-winter carnival famed for raucous costumed parades, street parties, and now the 2023 IBDEA Conference!
Come early or stay late and Fall In Love With New Orleans!
Things to do:
- Uptown Garden District Tours
- History & Heritage Tours
- Swamp Tours
- New Orleans Museums
Places to eat:
- Cafe Du Monde
- Felix’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar
- Mr. B’s Bistro
- Central Grocery Co
- Turkey and the Wolf
Visit the New Orleans Tourism site for a complete list of Things To Do & Places To Eat!