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Join NRN's first Tweet Chat ahead of MUFSO

Join NRN's first Tweet Chat ahead of MUFSO

Nation’s Restaurant News will hold a live chat on Twitter at 2 p.m. EST/11:00 a.m. PST on Sept. 15, in advance of the Multi-Unit Foodservice Operators (MUFSO) conference, which this year is Sept. 25-27 in Dallas.

The real-time, one-hour online conversation will be led by Nation’s Restaurant News Southwest bureau chief, Dallas native and social media savant Ron Ruggless. executive editor Sarah Lockyer and Nation’s Restaurant News executive editor Robin Lee Allen, along with NRN bureau editors, will also participate in the Tweet Chat.

Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 pm est

We want to hear what you’re looking forward to at MUFSO, and what questions you may need answered.
• Which operators are you most looking forward to seeing?
• Which panels are you eager to attend?
• What do you want to learn from MUFSO’s expert speakers?
• Send us panel questions we can ask on the floor.
Whatever your question or observation, let us know what you’re most excited for at MUFSO.

Twitter users who would like to join the conversation can do so by sending comments and questions to @RonRuggless, @slockyerNRN, @RobinLeeAllen, or other NRN editors. Use #NRNchat and follow the stream. The conversation begins at 2 p.m. EST.

Other participating editors:

• Lisa Jennings @livetodineout
• Bret Thorn @foodwriterdiary
• Mark Brandau @Mark_from_NRN
• Alan Liddle @AJ_NRN

MUFSO resources:
In its 52nd year, MUFSO brings together executives and leaders from the nation’s largest restaurant companies and growth chains for a wide-ranging symposium that taps the pulse of the industry. This Tweet chat encourages participants to get a head start on content talking points, submit questions to editors and speakers, and get more detailed information about the conference, which is held this year in Dallas.
Agenda/Session topics
Meet the keynote speakers
• Meet this year’s Hot Concepts and Golden Chain winners

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