ALPHARETTA, GA -- KBTribeChat, one of the most respected kitchen and bath online forums, returns to the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) from February 8 to 9, 2022. The 10th annual in-person progressive chat tour will highlight the latest new products and trends at KBIS. Additionally, the regular Wednesday KBtribechat hour will take place, in person from the show floor, on February 9.
“We are pleased to collaborate with KBTribeChat,” said Jason McGraw, group vice president and show director, KBIS. “It’s great to bring such a loved program to the show floor, giving participants a chance to meet live, network and share their finds on social media. Ours is a truly engaged audience in great part because of KBTribeChat.”
Hosted by Stacy Garcia, founder of KBTribeChat, the tour will begin in the West Hall of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL, at 1:30 p.m. EST on February 8. Tour attendees will progress through the show floor with stops at various sponsored exhibitors. Each stop will offer tour participants special gifts and insider perspectives on products and programs. The regular Wednesday KBTribeChat hour will take place from the show floor February 9 from 2 to 3 p.m. EST.
“Getting together with KBTribeChat friends is one of my KBIS highlights each year,” said Stacy Garcia, KBTribeChat founder. “Meeting in person strengthens the connections we make online every week during our industry discussions. Sharing excitement over discoveries made together is a lot of fun and what our progressive event is all about.”
All participants of the progressive chat must be registered KBIS attendees. Registration is now open. Register early to take advantage of available programming and hotels. To learn more about sponsoring the progessive KBTribeChat tour and upcoming chat topics, visit the KBTribeChat.com.
Members of the media should visit the Press Service Center on the KBIS website to learn more about registration and the criteria for complimentary press credentials. Only editorial media will be granted complimentary passes. To register for an Editorial Press Pass, visit here.
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