The Frozen Food Fiesta registration fee for each registered delegate (except spouses and guests) fulfills the dues requirement for membership in the Council.
In light of steps taken by health and government authorities in Mexico and the United States to minimize the spread of the H1N1 influenza virus, the Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council cancelled the 2009 Frozen Food Fiesta scheduled to be held May 7-9, 2009, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Since a portion of each Fiesta registration fee is applied to membership in the Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council, and because all 2009 Fiesta registrations were refunded to registrants, the Council received no income from membership dues in 2009.
The Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council is currently conducting a membership drive.
Why should you be a member?
- The Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council is the non-profit organization dedicated to developing and maintaining relationships between individuals and businesses engaged in the U.S., Mexican and Canadian frozen food industries.
- The Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council funds research to advance the quality, safety and value of frozen foods.
- Members of the Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council gather annually at the Frozen Food Fiesta to network, conduct business and discuss emerging issues with leaders of the international frozen food industry.
- The Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council is supported entirely by the generosity of individuals who value the contributions the Council makes to enhancing relationships between members of the U.S., Mexican and Canadian frozen food industries.
- The Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council is managed by the American Frozen Food Institute, the U.S. national trade association and recognized leader of the frozen food industry.
- With annual dues of $100 (U.S.), membership in the Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council is a tremendous value!
What should you do now?
- Submit a membership application along with your membership dues today.
- Attend the reception hosted by the Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council on Saturday, February 27, at the 2010 AFFI Frozen Food Convention in San Diego. While you’re there, enter for a chance to win a three-night stay at the CasaMagna Marriott in Puerto Vallarta, as well as a complimentary 2011 Fiesta registration!
- Encourage your industry peers and colleagues to join the Texas-Mexico Frozen Food Council, and to attend the Frozen Food Fiesta in 2011.
Click here to download membership information and an application.
For more information about how to join the Texas-Mexico Mexico Frozen Food Council, please contact Executive Director Elise Cortina at (703) 821-0770 or email@example.com.