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Rhode Island Novelty to sponsor and exhibit at the 2014 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show

Rhode Island Novelty to showcase its Custom Souvenir line at the 2014 Nightclub & Bar Show, March 24-26, 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

FALL RIVER, Mass., March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Rhode Island Novelty (RINCO), the nation's largest supplier of amusement toys, novelties, and gifts to both businesses and consumers, announced today that the company will be sponsoring and exhibiting at the 2014 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Tradeshow, March 24-26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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The Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show is the definitive on-premise beverage show, featuring dynamic speakers as well as innovative products, informational tools, unique demonstrations and non-stop evening events.

Rhode Island Novelty will serve as a sponsor for the annual Welcome Kickoff Party at the Bud Light Hotel, located at the Hard Rock Paradise Beach Pool on Monday, March 24. The Welcome Kickoff Party is a cocktail party for attendees, speakers and exhibitors to mix and meet.

On the show floor, Rhode Island Novelty will showcase its custom souvenir and party supplies. The company will feature a wide range of versatile seasonal and themed merchandise including, souvenir items, glow sticks, necklaces and bracelets, LED jewelry, light up barware, decorative products, and more.

Attendees who place orders at the Rhode Island Novelty booth of $250 or more, will receive free shipping. Visitors to the Rhode Island Novelty booth can also enter to win a free Beats™ by Dr. Dre™ Wireless headphone.

For more information, please visit the Rhode Island Novelty exhibit at Booth #371, March 24-26, 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

About Rhode Island Novelty

Rhode Island Novelty® (RINCO), founded in 1986, is the nation's leading designer, importer, and wholesale distributor of amusement toys, novelties, giftware, souvenir items, stationery and incentive merchandise. The Rhode Island Novelty family of brands represents some of the most notable names in our industry, including, NANCO®, Adventure Planet™, Giftco™, MistCo™, Fun Services®, and Toy Network™.  The collective portfolio of proprietary and licensed brands includes over 20,000 products spanning multiple categories. Rhode Island Novelty's dedicated and knowledgeable staff has helped the company become the first choice for Price, Product, and Performance. For more information on Rhode Island Novelty or to view the company's online catalog, please visit: www.rinovelty.com

About the Nightclub & Bar Media Group

The Nightclub & Bar Media Group provides information and resources for owners and managers of bars, nightclubs, independent and chain restaurants, hotels, resorts, and casinos. The Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show is the country's pre-eminent beverage, bar and nightclub event which attracts more than 31,000 industry professionals. The Group's leading content found on nightclub.com includes coverage relating to beverage training, staff and management issues, operations, responsible service, equipment and cutting-edge promotion and marketing practices, as well as in-depth analysis of on-premise drink, product and consumer trends. The group's e-newsletters are targeted to specific segments within the on-premise market and include NCB Promo Power, NCB Nightclub Confidential, NCB Mix, NCB Bar IQ and VIBE.

Media Contact: Michael Rielly, Rhode Island Novelty, 5086759400, [email protected]

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