PGI’s Chicopee brand, founder of the innovative foodservice towel Chix®SC, featured its new line of product solutions that serve the foodservice, restaurant and lodging industries at the National Restaurant Association Show (NRA) in Chicago from May 16 – 19, 2015.
When visiting the Chicopee booth, attendees were able to experience demonstration stations in sanitizing compatibility for a facility from the front-of-house, back-of-house, floor and restroom. Chicopee product managers were on-hand to lead product demonstrations and discuss trends and issues facing the foodservice, restaurant and lodging industries.
At this year’s show, Chicopee featured S.U.D.S. Towels for sanitizing and cleaning. This Single Use Dispensing System supports front-of-house, back-of-house, and restroom protocols with color coded lids for zone cleaning. It not only yields superior liquid absorption and debris pick-up, but offers superior sanitation with lower cost-per-use up to fifty percent.
Product highlights included the introduction of S.U.D.S™ Towels, Microfiber Light for Surface Care, and Floor Care Dusting. And in appreciation for attending the demonstrations, attendees received a “thank you gift” which included an automatic entry for a GoPro® (a $400 value)!
The annual National Restaurant Show is the largest single gathering of restaurant, foodservice and lodging professionals. Held at McCormick Place in Chicago, the event attracts over 44,000 attendees and visitors from all 50 states and 100+ countries, and showcases thousands of services, innovative ideas and growth opportunities.
“With innovative products engineered for cleaning and sanitizing, we have the right wipes and towels to help operator’s face their daily cleaning challenges and what better venue to highlight new products than at the NRA tradeshow,” said Dawn Huston, Director of Marketing for Chicopee.
“It’s the perfect opportunity to gather customer feedback and a valuable way to demonstrate how our products can lead to a healthy environment that ultimately saves money.”