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AIB to hold All-Staff Conference

July 15, 2014
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AIB International will host its annual All-Staff Conference July 21-24 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Manhattan, KS, which will bring together the organization’s 300-plus associates from around the globe. Conference attendees will be updated on company progress and inspired by motivational speaker Craig Zablocki, Craig Zablocki & Associates, Denver, in addition to hearing from industry experts and taking part in seminars and training.

In previous years, the conference focused primarily on food safety. This year, all aspects of AIB will be covered, including food-safety services innovation, baking and food technology, and analytical and labeling services.

In addition to the daily conference sessions, AIB is working with area vendors to give attendees opportunities to explore the Manhattan area, opportunities that will also support the local economy. A reception will be held at the Flint Hills Discovery Center in Manhattan on July 21; Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom will host a trivia night and dinner on July 22. Attendees will also be encouraged to explore Manhattan on their own during free evenings.

For more information about AIB International, visit or call 800-633-5137.

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