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World Tea Expo Throws Open Door to Tea Championship
Date:4/27/2010

the Championship. Also, retailers were not eligible. These rules excluded many interested potential entrants, who will now be able to throw their hat in the ring.

Jage said, "It was always our intention for the Tea Championship to be open to anyone in the industry who has a supply of tea in North America. The first two years, the event was growing and evolving. Now we have the experience we need and the processes in place to fulfill our original intention."

To find out more about the North American Tea Championship, visit www.WorldTeaExpo.com or call (702) 253-1893.

World Tea Expo is the premier business-to-business event dedicated to specialty tea; it's the three days each year when industry members determine trends, optimize product lines, increase knowledge and network with peers. Tradeshow Week magazine has recognized it as one of the Fastest 50® growing events in North America in 2006, 2008 and 2009.  World Tea Expo is produced by SFG Group, LLC, which also produces World Tea News, North American Tea Championship, World Tea Ratings, World Tea Buyers Guide and World Tea Webinars. For more information, visit (www.worldteaexpo.com). 


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