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New Chicago cocktail conference to address industry's inclusion issues

One only has to head to Logan Square or the West Loop to see that Chicago’s cocktail game is strong, as robust and vibrant as in cities like New York, London or LA. Banking on this reputation, three local industry vets are getting together for a new cocktail conference for both consumers and industry...
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