Paar House Takes National Green Award

This home by North Carolina-based Chandler Design-Build was named Project of the Year in the Small Volume Single Family category of the 2012 National Green Building Awards.  Certified to both Energy Star and the National Green Building Standard, Paar Residence was built with a panelized, double-stud wall system and “serves as a showcase for a cutting-edge, air-to-water heat pump combined with a radiant heat and water heater application,” according to the NAHB.  Plus, it’s a good example of “mainstream green,” said NAHB, with a traditional look that’s widely appealing.

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Chaa Creek?s National Geo Nod as World?s Best

(PRWEB) December 16, 2011

Belize?s premier rainforest eco resort, The Lodge at Chaa Creek has been featured as one of the National Geographic top ten ?Best Adventure Destinations for 2012?.

The recent announcement states, ?Just when it seemed impossible to find untrammelled singletrack in Europe or snorkel uncharted waters in Australia, we’re here to remind you that optimism pays off,? and continues to say that events ? can make a well-travelled planet feel full of new frontiers again. Here are the best adventure destinations for 2012,? before giving a description of Chaa Creek.

Under the heading, Go Now, The article notes Chaa Creek?s idyllic location between the important ancient Maya cities of Caracol and Tikal before describing the many adventures and activities available within Chaa Creek?s 365 acre nature reserve. It also mentions Chaa Creek?s Maya Winter Solstice 2012 adventure vacation package with classes on folklore, music, medicinal plants, farming techniques, and cooking including traditional cacao preparation as well as canoe excursions to ceremonial caves, snorkelling the Belize Great Barrier Reef, Maya spa treatments and other Maya cultural adventures.

?To be recognised by National Geographic as one of the top ten destinations in the entire world, well, that pretty much says it all,? Chaa Creek owner and GM Lucy Fleming said. ?As lifelong travellers and having been in adventure travel for over three decades, we naturally recognise National Geographic as the world?s top travel authority. To be recognised by an organisation and publication we hold in such high esteem is truly an honour.?

Lucy and her husband Mick Fleming started Chaa Creek in the late 1970s as a family farm. They and their 135 staff members just celebrated Chaa Creek?s 30th anniversary as Belize?s first eco resort last September.

Situated along the banks of the Macal River Chaa Creek?s private nature reserve contains over 70 Maya archaeological sites and the ancient Maya temple of Tunichilen. The reserve abounds in wildlife and over 300 species of birds, and offers guided nature walks, hiking, horseback and mountain bike riding along miles of jungle and grassland trails and canoeing along the Macal River.

Accommodations range from lovely thatched roof cottage rooms and luxury Jacuzzi villas set in tropical gardens to more rustic private bungalows at the Macal River Camp, and amenities include a renowned restaurant, jungle lounge, conference centre, spa, Hilltop Butterfly Farm, The Natural History Centre, Maya Medicinal Plant Trail, the Maya organic Farm, pool and stables.

?This recognition from National Geographic makes us realise how far we?ve come in 30 years,? Ms Fleming said, ?It?s really the best icing you could wish for on your birthday cake.?


Get Ready for Gay Day with Girls in Wonderland–Top Women’s Event Producers Up the Ante for Their Annual Disney World Weekend, Benefiting the National Center for Lesbian Rights

Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 10, 2008

A new generation of Disney heroines is ready to claim the Kingdom that Walt built. South Florida’s top women’s party producers Alison Burgos and Pandora Events expect more than 7,000 members of the estrogen set to attend their eighth annual Girls in Wonderland extravaganza June 4-8 in central Florida. The events, hosted by MTV star Dani Campbell (A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila), coincide with the 18th annual Gay Day at Walt Disney World and raise funds for the National Center for Lesbian Rights.

“This will definitely be our most diverse year,” said Girls in Wonderland co-founder Alison Burgos. “We’re proud that Orlando’s LezGo Events and Girlz Like Us are supporting us so that we can deliver a lineup with appeal to women of all ages.”

The 2008 soiree builds on the previous successes and ramps up the action another notch. That means more bikini-clad bodies at the pool parties, more gyrating forms on the dance floor for the signature House of Blues party, and more hot performances courtesy of the She Rock All-Star Concert. Women looking for a relaxed evening will find their groove at the new Polynesian Luau or in front of the poolside big screen for a “Dive In” lesbian movie night.

To accommodate the growing crowds, there are two host hotels: the bustling Courtyard Marriott, ground zero for pool party action, the welcome reception, movie screening, and luau; and its laid-back neighbor, the Fairfield Inn, site of a new pool party. Both hotels are conveniently located at Marriott Village, 8623 Vineland Ave., Lake Buena Vista, and will have shuttle service to off-site events. Rates start at $ 93 a night; use the reservation code “Girls in Wonderland” when booking.

Proceeds from the Girls in Wonderland weekend benefit NCLR, a national legal resource center that advances the rights and safety of lesbians and their families through litigation, public policy, and education. NCLR also provides representation and resources to gay men and bisexual and transgender individuals on key issues that support lesbian rights.

Girls in Wonderland Sponsors: Bud Light, Showtime’s The L Word, Express,, Miami Boutique Hotels, Labrys Atlanta, Go NYC magazine, Pandora Events, Boca Loca Cachaca Brazilian Rum, She Magazine, Damron, Lesbianation, Phish Phest, Finlandia vodka, Lesbo-a-GoGo, Red Bull, Curve magazine, Xerox, Jane & Jane magazine, the Juno Foundation, Orlando Premium Outlets, Milford Photography, Southern Comfort, Appleton’s Estate Jamaica Rum,, Mama Raga, Parliament House, GLEE,, Greater Miami Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, Radio with a Twist,, Henrietta Hudsons-NYC, Family Pride, Watermark, Pearl’s Rainbow-Key West, and Girl Power Events.

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Mobility Rental Service Joins Scootaround National Network

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) November 20, 2008

Scootaround Inc., North America’s largest mobility rentals company and Mobility Rental Service, who specialize in traveling mobility rental fleets, today announced that they have signed an agreement to join forces. The resulting merger will create the nation’s largest traveling fleet of scooters and wheelchairs and enable Scootaround to increase its nationwide coverage for all types of conventions, meetings and other large events.

With this merger, Scootaround Inc. will absorb all events and entities previously operated by Mobility Rental Service. The collaboration brings together two of the industry’s best, and strengthens Scootaround’s lead in the assisted travel market. Sue Kelly, President of Mobility Rental Service, will manage Scootaround’s fleet operations based out of Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Both companies share a common goal of providing travelers with practical, reliable mobility solutions designed to make their travel plans successful,” says Scootaround President and COO, Kerry Renaud. “We’ve known Sue Kelly for a number of years and look forward to adding her world class acumen to the Scootaround Team. Our collaboration enhances our services and benefits both the disabled attendee and the event organizer by providing more resources and equipment availability for multiple events in different cities.”

Scootaround has been providing a suite of Special Needs Services for the convention industry for nearly a decade. Their “Total Mobility Management” program helps facilities take their service to the next level by providing the easiest, most professional way of managing attendee mobility. Scootaround is the exclusive provider at North America’s three largest convention facilities including Chicago’s McCormick Place, Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center and The Las Vegas Convention Center.

“Joining the Scootaround organization is not only exciting for me but also timely for my existing customers. They will continue to enjoy the great service they have come to expect and Scootaround can accelerate its growth, provide more equipment and increase its support services for rentals, sales and service,” says Sue Kelly. “Scootaround is projected to serve shows and events that represent more than 20 million attendees in 2009. I’m very pleased to be a part of the team and look forward to the wonderful work ahead.”

Scootaround will continue to provide services to a wide variety of events that range in size from 5,000 to 250,000 attendees. Among Scootaround’s current portfolio of managed events are the Foodlion AutoFair and Turkey Run at the Charlotte and Daytona Motor Speedways respectively, and the Houston Quilt Festival held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX. These three events alone boast an aggregate attendance of more than half a million attendees.

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Since 1997, Scootaround Inc. has been North America’s only nationwide mobility equipment company, providing scooter and wheelchair rentals and sales to all customer types from individual travelers through to Fortune 500 companies. They also provide mobility enhancement services for conventions and tradeshows through fleet rentals and onsite-programs. Scootaround is a proud sponsor of the Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality (SATH) and an accredited member of both the ARA and CRA Rental Associations.


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National Nail Corp. Adds Pneumatic Cap Nailer to STINGER? Cap Systems

Grand Rapids, Mich. (PRWEB) December 14, 2011

On December 15, 2011, National Nail Corp. will release the STINGER CN100 Cap Nailer, a new addition to their STINGER Cap Systems product line. The STINGER CN100 is designed for securing synthetic underlayments, roofing felt and housewrap.

?The STINGER CN100 Cap Nailer is a cost effective, lightweight tool that will change the way cap nailing is done today,? said Rocky Stroud, STINGER Product Manager at National Nail Corp. ?With the CN100, anyone currently hand driving cap nails will have a pneumatic option that will save them time and money.?

The STINGER CN100 is lightweight and compact in design, weighing less than 5lbs. for ease of maneuverability and use. It drives five cap nails per second?10 times faster than hand driving?and passes 2012 ICC Building Codes. The CN100 has a fastener capacity of 200 1? plastic collated caps and 200 electro-galvanized ring shank nails. Cap fasteners are available in a 2000 count STINGER NailPac that includes 10 rolls of 200 plastic caps and 10 coils of 200 nails. The tool and fasteners are designed to work exclusively together.

The STINGER CN100 Cap Nailer will be available through roofing wholesale and independent lumber dealers throughout the United States, Canada and Australia.

National Nail Corp., manufacturer and distributor of STINGER Cap Systems, is the leader in cap systems technology. With products that include the STINGER CH38 Cap Hammer, STINGER CH38A Autofeed Cap Hammer, STINGER CS58 Cap Stapler, and StaplePac and NailPac cap fasteners, STINGER sets the standard for best practice installation of roofing felt and housewrap.

For more information, please call 1-800-968-6245 ext. 2176. The STINGER website will be launching at the beginning of next year.

National Nail Corp., headquartered in Grand Rapids, Mich., is an employee-owned manufacturer and distributor of high quality, innovative building products and service solutions for the residential and commercial construction industries. Other National Nail brands include CAMO? Fasteners, Pro-Fit

UCSF’s Prusiner Receives President’s National Medal of Science

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) October 15, 2010

UCSF Nobel laureate Stanley B. Prusiner, MD, UCSF professor of neurology and director of the Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases, today (Oct. 15, 2010) was named to receive the National Medal of Science, the nation’s highest honor for science and technology.

Prusiner was among 10 recipients named by President Barack Obama. In addition, three individuals and one team were named as recipients of the National Medal of Technology and Innovation. All of the awardees will receive their medals at a White House ceremony later this year.

The National Medal of Science honors individuals in a variety of fields for pioneering scientific research that has led to a better understanding of the world, as well as to the innovations and technologies that give the United States its global economic edge. It is administered by the National Science Foundation, established by Congress in 1959.

Prusiner received the medal for his discovery of and ongoing research on a novel infectious agent, which he named the prion (PREE-on). The prion, composed solely of protein, causes bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or “mad cow” disease, and other related fatal neurodegenerative diseases in animals and humans. Prusiner and colleagues are working on better methods for detecting prions and on the development of effective treatments for prion diseases.

In 1997, Prusiner won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery.

In recent years, Prusiner has intensified his focus on developing preventions and cures for the neurodegenerative diseases that include the prion diseases as well as the more common disorders, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, at the Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases (IND), involving faculty at six University of California campuses. He considers Alzheimer’s disease one of the most devastating and underfunded illnesses affecting society, and is advocating strongly for a substantial increase in federal funding for research.

”Alzheimer’s disease afflicts 5.3 million people in America,” said Prusiner. “Each year, about 500,000 people die with cancer and about the same number die with Alzheimer’s. Yet, Alzheimer’s research receives only $ 450 million annually from the National Institutes of Health, about 1/15th that’s devoted to cancer research. We urgently need to increase funding to make substantial breakthroughs.”

Pioneering Prion Research

Noting Prusiner’s ”vision, perseverance and courage in the face of skeptics as he pioneered prion research two decades ago,” UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann, MD, MPH, called him an ”inspiration to us all.”

”His revelations regarding prions have dramatically impacted scientists’ understanding not only of prion diseases, but also of the more common neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,” she said. ”He represents the best in translational science — driving basic research toward therapies for patients.”

Prusiner’s discovery that a protein alone could be infectious was considered heretical when he reported it in 1982. At the time, scientists believed that infections could only be transmitted by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites, all which have genomes composed of either DNA or RNA. Protein is composed of amino acids.

Prusiner determined that a normal form of prion protein exists in all mammals, including humans, and that the protein becomes lethal when it acquires an aberrant shape in brain cells. He showed that a particular segment of the normal prion protein loses its corkscrew-shape structure (known as an alpha helix) and flattens into so-called beta sheets. Once it does, the beta sheet form latches on to a neighboring prion protein, twisting its normal spiral tendrils flat. This activity occurs throughout the brain in a domino effect. The damaged proteins ultimately cause death of nerve cells in the brain.

His research has informed scientists’ understanding that all neurodegenerative diseases — including Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementias, Parkinson’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Huntington’s disease — involve the accumulation of proteins that have lost their normal shape. Each disease is caused by a different protein, but research on the abnormal prion protein has fueled scientists’ understanding of a prion-like phenomenon in each of the diseases.

”The work of Dr. Prusiner has led to more knowledge about prion diseases than any other form of neurodegeneration,” said Jeffrey Bluestone, PhD, UCSF executive vice chancellor and provost. ”But, as importantly, these discoveries have forged a new understanding of neurodegenerative disease processes that will lead to new treatments for devastating diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.”

The awarding of the National Medal of Science ”is a fitting recognition of Dr. Prusiner’s visionary work, and a great honor for UCSF,” said Sam Hawgood, MBBS, dean of the School of Medicine and vice chancellor of medical affairs. ”He exemplifies UCSF’s commitment to excel in biomedical research and bring discoveries to patients.”

Advancing Neurosciences Research

Today, at age 68, Prusiner is a key force behind UCSF’s development of a neuroscience building that will gather under one roof clinicians, clinician-researchers and basic scientists to accelerate advances against such disorders as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, migraine, epilepsy, autism, mental retardation and cerebral palsy. The building is a milestone in the evolution of UCSF’s world-class neuroscience enterprise.

”This culminates a 10-year dream,” said Prusiner. ”This building will bring together some of the best scientists in the world to work on these common diseases of the brain. The opportunity for major progress is tremendous.”

The research space provided by the neuroscience building and the space in the adjacent Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Hall neuroscience building at UCSF Mission Bay will together constitute ”more than 400,000 square feet dedicated to studying these extremely complex, challenging diseases,” Prusiner said. ”UCSF Mission Bay will be one of the biggest neuroscience complexes in the world.”

The need for such intensive focus is crucial, he said. ”The last three decades have seen unprecedented advances in our understanding of the molecular, genetic and cellular basis of neurodegenerative diseases. We have a fundamental understanding of the proteins underlying such devastating illnesses as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, frontotemporal dementias, ALS and prion diseases, and are moving in on the development of targeted drug therapies.

”But we have strides yet to make. No effective treatments have been introduced for any neurodegenerative disease since L-dopa was introduced for Parkinson’s disease in 1967. And even that drug, while effective in treating symptoms until the brain becomes resistant, does not stop the progression of the underlying neurodegeneration.”

Prusiner is the fourth UCSF scientist to be awarded the National Medal of Science. Herbert Boyer, PhD, professor emeritus of biochemistry, received the award in 1990 for co-co-pioneering the development of recombinant DNA technology, and pioneering the use of the technology to create medically useful drugs. The seminal breakthrough led to the birth of biotechnology.

J. Michael Bishop, MD, a chancellor emeritus of UCSF and professor of microbiology and immunology, received the award in 2003 for his co-discovery of proto-oncogenes — normal genes that can be converted to cancer genes by genetic damage. Harold Varmus, MD, who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Bishop in 1989, received the medal in 2001. Their work eventually led to the recognition that all cancer probably arises from damage to normal genes, and provided new strategies for the detection and treatment of cancer.

Along with Prusiner, one other University of California scientist was named today as 2010 National Medal of Science laureate: Marye Anne Fox, of the University of California, San Diego.

UCSF is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care.

Related links:

White House news release on 2010 National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology and Innovation

UCSF Neuroscience Building to drive advances against brain diseases

Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Science magazine

Could They All Be Prion Diseases?

Recent studies have renewed interest in the idea that many neurodegenerative diseases may involve prionlike mechanisms.


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Patients Beyond Borders

Chapel Hill, NC (Vocus) September 23, 2010

Josef Woodman, president and CEO of Healthy Travel Media, has been selected as a featured presenter and moderator at Orlando@50+, AARP’s national event and expo, taking place Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 at the Orange County (Fla.) Convention Center. Woodman will moderate a panel discussion titled, “Medical Tourism —Is it for me, and what do I need to know?” slated for Oct. 1, 11:00 a.m. to noon. Other panelists include Sherry Kaufield, executive director of International Services for Joint Commission Resources, and David Boucher, president and COO of Companion Global Healthcare, Inc.

Experts participating in the panel discussion will share with event attendees the pros and cons of crossing borders to obtain high-quality, affordable healthcare.

“I am pleased to see medical tourism included in AARP’s annual conference agenda,” said Woodman. “AARP’s members are the heartland of American medical tourism, where populations with financially challenging medical conditions are forging new health care opportunities for consumers, providers and carriers.”

The three-day conference, to be held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, is expected to draw more than 25,000 attendees and features a host of celebrities and guest speakers geared toward the 50+ audience. AARP currently boasts nearly 40 million members and helps people 50+ achieve independence, choice and control in ways that are beneficial and affordable to them and society. AARP makes products available as member benefits, ranging from health and homeowners insurance to legal services to member discounts on rental cars, cruises, vacation packages and lodging.

About Sherry Kaufield

Sherry Kaufield (MA, FACHE) joined Joint Commission Resources in 2004 with more than 30 years of experience in healthcare. Kaufield oversees Joint Commission consulting and education services in over 90 countries, collaborating regularly with Joint Commission International (JCI) Regional Managing Directors in Singapore, Dubai, Milan, and Ferney-Voltaire, France.

Ms. Kaufield has advised both domestic and international healthcare organizations in the areas of standards compliance, accreditation readiness, patient safety, and quality improvement. She has traveled extensively and worked with multiple clients in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Latin America. Clients include individual organizations, health care systems, ministries of health, health authorities, third-party payers, and other government bodies. Ms. Kaufield regularly serves as a faculty member at international practica and other educational events. She is a consulting editor and contributor for Joint Commission International Accreditation: Getting Started and many other publications. For additional information, please visit the Joint Commission Resources website at

About David Boucher

David Boucher (MPH, FACHE) currently serves as president and COO of Companion Global Healthcare, a wholly owned subsidiary of BlueCross BlueShield South Carolina. In this capacity, he is responsible for Companion Global Healthcare as well as complementary and alternative health programs for BlueCross. Prior to joining BlueCross in 1999, Mr. Boucher worked in Quorum Health Resources hospitals for 14 years, the last several as CEO in North and South Carolina facilities. Mr. Boucher is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association. For additional information, please visit the Companion Global Healthcare website at

About Josef Woodman

As president and CEO of Healthy Travel Media and author of Patients Beyond Borders, Josef Woodman has spent more than four years touring more than 140 medical facilities in 22 countries, researching contemporary medical tourism. As cofounder of MyDailyHealth and Ventana Communications, Woodman’s pioneering background in health, wellness, and Web technology has allowed him to compile a wealth of information about global health travel, telemedicine, and new developments in consumer and institutional medical care. A noted consumer advocate for the globalization of healthcare, Woodman has lectured at Harvard Medical School, UCLA School of Public Health, and Duke University Fuqua School of Business, and has hosted more than a dozen seminars and workshops around the world on the topics of medical tourism and health travel.

About Healthy Travel Media

Healthy Travel Media, an independent imprint based in Chapel Hill, NC, publishes books, eBooks, video, online, mobile, and social networking information and applications on medical, health, and wellness travel. Its flagship international title, Patients Beyond Borders, now in its Second Edition, is the world’s leading consumer reference guide for medical tourism and is filled with authoritative, accessible advice. Country-specific editions have been published for Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, and Turkey. The Patients Beyond Borders series is available through booksellers everywhere and is distributed to the retail trade through Publisher’s Group West.

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Carolina Regional Cancer Center Receives Affiliate Membership Of The National Surgical Adjuvant Breast And Bowel Project (Nsabp)

Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) September 17, 2006

The NSABP is a clinical trials cooperative group supported by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). For almost 50 years, the NSABP has a history of designing and conducting clinical trials that have changed the way breast cancer is treated, and, more recently, prevented. It was the NSABP’s breast cancer studies that led to the establishment of lumpectomy plus radiation over radical mastectomy as the standard surgical treatment for breast cancer.

The NSABP was also the first to demonstrate that adjuvant therapy (additional treatment, usually given after surgery where all detectable disease has been removed, but where there remains a statistical risk of relapse due to occult disease — as is the case with breast cancer where radiation therapy will be given following surgery) could alter the natural history of breast cancer, increasing survival rates, and the first to demonstrate on a large scale the preventive effects of the drugs tamoxifen and raloxifene in breast cancer.

“Our affiliate membership into the NSABP will allow us to provide our patients an additional treatment option of participating in national phase II or phase III cooperative group trials,” said Dr. Steve Bass, CRCC’s medical director. “Our affiliation in March 2006 with MUSC Hollings Cancer Center is beginning to bear fruit so we can better serve our patients.

This will provide area patients the ability to enroll in cutting edge clinical trials investigating new therapies for breast and colorectal cancer right here in Horry County.”

“Surgical Associates of Myrtle Beach is proud to congratulate CRCC and its physicians for this accomplishment which will help raise area cancer care to the academic level,” said Dr. Thomas Polen, FACS and Dr. Mark Borowicz, FACS, of Surgical Associates. “Surgical Associates plans to work closely with CRCC in the coordination and conducting of clinical trials.”

“We plan to work with CRCC in conducting prospective (prior to patient treatment) tumor boards for our cancer patients,” said Dr. Mike Ellis of Associates in Surgery. “These tumor boards will be conducted with other area physicians and specialists from MUSC to provide the best care and treatment options for our patients.”

CRCC and MUSC Hollings Cancer Center are continuing their joint efforts to broaden the local availability of state-of-the-art cancer treatments.

See Award-Winning Mobile Vending Systems at Booth #1815 at 2009 National Restaurant Association Show May 16-19 at McCormick Place in Chicago

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) May 16, 2009

The award-winning Mobile Vending Systems, one of the most unique products ever developed for mobile food service and catering needs at all levels, will be on exhibit at Booth #1815 at the 90th Annual National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show, Saturday May 16 through Tuesday, May 19 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.

Now available exclusively through 21st Century Products, Mobile Vending Systems recently captured the prestigious Gold Medal American Masters of Quality Award from the Chefs in America Awards Foundation. Chef du Jury was famed M