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2024 SNAAZ Industry
Conference Begins In

Why Attend SNIC 2024

  1. With the overarching theme of “Evolving Together”, SNIC 2024 promises enlightening discussions, dynamic speakers, and expert insights all aimed at equipping you to successfully navigate the ever-evolving landscape of school nutrition and how best to serve the students of Arizona.
  2. You will have the chance to visit face-to-face with our industry partners to gain valuable knowledge about products, equipment, and services prior to your bid season and commodity surveys.
  3. Take advantage of working together to learn, adapt and unlock the potential of the possibilities ahead as you obtain some great CEU’s for professional development.
We look forward to seeing you all  on February 23-24, 2024.

2024 SNAAZ Industry Conference Highlights


Flash-Networking, Rounds 1,2, & 3

Meet face-to-face with our industry partners to discuss the latest and greatest products, equipment, and services available to districts to improve your programs and student customers.

Education Sessions Part One & Two

Join our keynote/education presenter, Kristen Brown through this 2 part session, you will be challenged to reflect, revitalize and reinvent yourself as leaders, team players and just great employees for any organization you belong to.

Dinner & Networking / 70’s Disco Theme

We have a fun evening planned with this 70’s themed dinner. So be sure to get out and dust off your favorite bell bottom pants, tie-dye shirts and blouses, platform shoes, or your favorite Hippie outfit.

2024 SNAAZ Industry Conference Registration

Member Registration

Registration for school members will be different, instead of having to register all your employees we will be offering registration based on your district size. Just click on the link below to register your district

We are a state affiliate to the School Nutrition Association (SNA), which represents over 55,000 individuals who have made a commitment to child nutrition.

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