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SUPER SESSIONS: THURSDAY, JULY 14 N AT I O N A L CO N F E R E N C E

Attend one of two concurrent Super Sessions presented by industry experts: Culinary Institute of America (CIA) — Menus of Change Join a panel of CIA’s Menus of Change University Research Collaborative (MCURC) participants and NACUFS members for a discussion and case study presentation detailing the work being done by the MCURC. The vision of this group is “to collaborate on research and education in support of culinary-centric, evidence-based food systems innovation within and beyond universities.” This presentation will share the work the collaborative is doing and help you understand how you, as operators, can learn from it.

Disney Concepts You won’t want to miss this presentation focused on two strengths of Disney: concept development and customer experience. Disney representatives will share the processes and challenges associated with the development of a new concept and how they ensure the customer experience meets their high expectations.

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CULINARY CHALLENGE Come one, come all to the 16th NACUFS Culinary Challenge. Pans will be sizzling, knives will be moving with speed and precision and competition will be fierce, as the six contestants chosen in regional challenges earlier this year face off and race against the clock in this American Culinary Federation-sanctioned contest. The challenge is classified as a Category W — Customized Wildcard Competition. Individual competitors will have 60 minutes to prepare four portions of an original hot entrée, featuring the mandatory ingredients of edamame, black kale and red rice, to create a nutritionally balanced plate. In addition, the competitors will be judged on two classic knife skills. Three ACF-approved judges will select the winners. Contestants will be judged on the taste of the finished product, the demonstration of cooking skills and culinary techniques, and the practice of organizational skills, including sanitation principles. ACF gold, silver, and bronze medals will be awarded on competition point totals. All participants will receive certificates. Be sure to stop by and cheer for your region’s competitor!

28TH ANNUAL JACK KEMPER GOLF OUTING

REGISTRATION FEE!

Wednesday July 13, 2016 • Shotgun start at 8:00 a.m.

EARLY BIRD RATES (Discount deadline May 27)

Additional registration and fees apply.

WE ARE ABLE TO PROVIDE SUCH A HIGH-QUALITY CONFERENCE THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS. For a complete list of our sponsors, please visit www.NACUFS.org/2016 To become a sponsor and support the NACUFS 2016 National Conference in Anaheim, please contact sponsorship chairs Tom Driscoll, driscoll@uoregon.edu and Dianna Benting, dbenting@pcc.edu. You can find the sponsorship brochure online at NACUFS.org/2016.

Member $630 Non-Member $1,030

REGULAR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Member $820 Non-Member $1,220

DAILY RATES Early Bird Regular

$265 per day $295 per day

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