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Libbey Elevates Events with Buffetware and Banquet Products

June 06, 2014 Industry News
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Libbey Foodservice is proud to offer new banquet products that allow restaurants and caterers to express their creative visions for any kind of special event. Libbey provides an inspired selection of innovative presentation pieces that span beyond the expected and bring distinctive appeal and seamless coordination to the entire room.

“The shapes and styles of our new buffetware and banquet products will turn any gathering, from a formal sit-down event to a casual banquet, into a memorable event capturing the exceptional experience your clients desire,” says Susan J. Dountas, director of foodservice marketing for Libbey.

3-Tier Riser

The 3-tier riser banquet stand from LibbeyFoodservice allows you to literally elevate your event experience to another level of vertical presentation. Its lightweight matte-black stand is beautifully paired with three frosted glass rectangle trays (sold separately), adding elegance to any occasion.

9-Well Frame

The 9-well banquet frame is perfect for presenting toppings or other small items in a buffet setting. Complementary to the 3-tier riser banquet stand, its matte-black stand, in combination with nine stylish frosted glass bowls (sold separately), adds a unique attraction to the event tabletop.

Slenda Trays

New Slenda trays in many shapes and sizes from the World Tableware collection allow maximum versatility to create the ultimate banquet arrangement. Slenda can be paired with much of Libbey’s banquet selection, including the Country Wood risers shown.

Banquet Tree

Create a banquet atmosphere to remember with the one-of-a-kind Banquet Tree from Libbey Foodservice. This customizable product features both square and rectangular plate holders that can be creatively arranged around its base and pillar, allowing maximum versatility when presenting banquet cuisine.  

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