Friday, April 25, 2008

Blogger Press Credentials to Restaurant Show

Hi everyone. I just heard from Liz Strauss at Successful Blog that the National Restaurant Show (May 17-20) in Chicago is offering press passes to restaurant and news-focused food bloggers. (See Liz's post.)

Just send an email with a link to your blog to media@restaurant.org to request credentials.


This Post was written by Elise from Simply Recipes

5 comments:

Amy Sherman said...

and please blog about it! I'd love to know how it is.

Kalyn said...

Ditto what Amy said!

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