The National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show kicked off March 3rd and ran through March 6th, at the Sandia Resort in Albuquerque. Last year’s show held an omen that predicted what’s becoming the next big deal in spicy: the sweet stuff. We’d seen a few fruit salsas and fired-up chocolate in 2015; this year, there were so many sweet offerings I half suspected to see a free insulin booth. Fruit salsas and hot sauces, jams, jellies, and chocolates made their presences felt with authority all over the showroom floor.
I’ve almost hacked through the chain locking me to the keyboard, just in time for this year’s National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show in Albuquerque, NM. The festivities kick off Friday, raise to a fever pitch of tears and beers on Saturday, and last all through the day on Sunday.
Never one to miss a chance to preach the virtues of our National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show, the Pope of Peppers recently sat down with Jim Glover and Dave Hayduk for the Ask Those Branding Guys radio show, here. It’s an entertaining and informative talk about branding and marketing. Which, as we’ve said earlier, can make the difference between life and death for any new business.
A big part of why our show performs so well and has been around for 27 years is because Dave DeWitt knows how to get the word out. This year, we’ve kicked up our video presence with our YouTube channel. You may have seen our recipe series on Spicy but there’s also the ad Dave’s buddy Wayne Scheiner created for the show too.
Total circulation, 10,000+ qualified lovers of all things hot and spicy and BBQ!
With the 28th National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show just three months away, now is the perfect time for you to pick your space in the show while some of the best spaces are still available. Don’t wait until the last minute!
Enjoy this special for the National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show, March 4-6, 2016. Today, Cyber Monday, November 30, if you buy a booth and pay in full you will receive a free 1/4 page ad in the show program, production included, a $250 value.