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Miami Rum Renaissance Festival

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Apr 17, 2015 - Apr 19, 2015
12:00 am

Location
Doubletree by Hilton

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Yacht crew who serve guests in the Caribbean might be interested in the 7th annual Miami Rum Renaissance Festival taking place April 17-19 at the Doubletree at the Miami airport. Attend seminars, participate in tastings and take your rum knowledge to the next level.
Tickets are $50 for one day general admission, $75 for VIP admission and $100 for all three days of VIP treatment. Details and tickets are available atwww.rumrenaissance.com.
From the Web site:

Welcome to the world’s largest gathering of rum producers, experts and enthusiasts.

Rum is experiencing a Renaissance of appreciation.

Savvy consumers come to the Miami Rum Festival to discover a truly remarkable range of fine rums from the Caribbean region, as well as North, Central and South America, Europe, Asia — and from the furthest reaches of the world.

Rum producers from all over the world come to introduce new products, meet with importers and distributers, buyers and retailers, as well as consultants on the distillation, packaging and marketing of rum worldwide.

For consumers, the Miami Rum Renaissance Festival is one of the world’s premier international rum events, presenting a unique and exciting range of great rums to be sampled. For professionals, this is the world’s largest and most important trade exposition for rum.

Enjoy a grand three-day exhibition of the best rum brands, the excitement of the Island Lifestyle Showcase, celebrity seminars, workshops and cocktail competitions, the annual RumXP competition and awards, an opportunity to rub shoulders with dignitaries and notable experts, and more.

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