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May Innovation Inspire at the NRA 2024

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A presentation and interview with Chef Aaron May at NRA Show 2024

Sunday, May 19, 12 PM & 2 PM: RATIONAL Booth 4840

Chicago (May 10, 2024) Join us for an unforgettable culinary demonstration and interview with none other than celebrity chef Aaron May. Known for his charismatic personality and mastery in the kitchen, Chef Aaron has gained national acclaim through his appearances on popular Food Network TV shows like "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" and "Guy's Grocery Games."

Chef Aaron will be showcasing his tips and tricks using RATIONAL products. Attendees will have the unique opportunity to see him in action as he demonstrates how kitchen technology can transform the way we cook.

Whether you're a professional chef or a culinary enthusiast, this is your chance to learn from one of the best in the industry. Don’t miss out on this exciting event where technology meets culinary artistry. Get ready to be inspired and discover new techniques to take your culinary creations to the next level.

Contact

RATIONAL USA

Brad Pector, Communications Specialist

Tel. 224-202-1167

b.pector@rational-online.com

rationalusa.com

About RATIONAL

The RATIONAL Group is the world market and technology leader in the field of hot food preparation for professional kitchens. Founded in 1973, the company employs more than 2,500 people worldwide. RATIONAL is listed on the Prime Standard of the German Stock Exchange and is included in the SDAX.

To learn more about RATIONAL products and services, attend a RATIONAL Live event to see how we help commercial kitchen operators do more with less space, waste, energy, cost, and stress

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