P3 Pet Trade Show Partners with Independent Retailer Conference

March 23, 2016

P3 | Progressive Pet Products Trade Show has announced its new partnership with the Independent Retailer Conference.

This new partnership is designed to enrich the educational experience for Midwestern pet retailers during the P3 Pet Trade Show, which debuts August 24 and 25, 2016 at Chicago’s Navy Pier.

The Independent Retailer Conference is dedicated to the unique lifestyle and responsibilities of small business owners. Their education-rich events offer retailers, wholesalers and community leaders the chance to engage, learn and connect with retail experts, industry leaders, service providers and entrepreneurs.

Attendees of P3 can attend more than twenty educational sessions over the course of the two-day trade event. Additionally, retail experts KIZER & BENDER will serve as conference emcees while also delivering keynote presentations to attendees of the Independent Retailer Conference.

“We’re thrilled to join the P3 Pet Trade Show in Chicago this year, helping their attendees gain valuable news, education and support specific to retailers,” said Nicole Leinbach Reyhle, Independent Retailer Conference co-founder. “Like us, P3 values their attendee success and we could not be more excited to help them in supporting their attendee goals of running a successful retail business.”

All Independent Retailer Conference sessions will be complimentary for registered buyers to attend.

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