'Wine and dine' at the Good Food and Wine Show

Issued by: GL events Oasys | 8 Jun 2010 21:06
The Good Food and Wine Show took place in May at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), offering culinary fanatics and wine lovers the best of the best in the food industry. Oasys Innovations was contracted to provide the entire infrastructure for the show.
'Wine and dine' at the Good Food and Wine Show - GL events Oasys
Organiser for the show, Louise Cashmore says: "One of the main attractions for this year's show was the chance to see internationally renowned chef Gordon Ramsay in action in the Chefs In Action Theatre, leading to record-breaking visitor numbers. Other highlights included a programme packed with celebrity chef appearances, such as chocolate wizard Willie Harcourt-Cooze, Giorgio Locatelli and Anjum Anand."

Graham Jeffrey, Chief Operating Officer for Oasys Cape Town says this year the excitement in preparation towards the event was almost tangible. "The Good Food and Wine Show organisers always manage to surprise the public with an exciting line-up every year. Even while the build-up for the show was taking place, the anticipation could be felt. We built shell scheme, design stands and supplied carpeting and furniture for the show. A new addition to this year's show was a VIP media lounge, which we sponsored."

With so many exciting new additions to the show's programme every year, the show is set to continue going from strength to strength for years to come.

8 Jun 2010 21:06


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