Regal Ware to Host Customers from 15 Countries for Plant Tour

KEWASKUM, WIS.-More than 250 people from 15 countries will tour Regal Ware's Schmidt Road manufacturing plant in West Bend, Wis., tomorrow, May 4, as part of Saladmaster's International Dealer Meeting being held May 3 to 6. Saladmaster is a division of Regal Ware, and all of its cookware is manufactured at the West Bend facility.

Attendees at the meeting will represent Australia, Bahamas, Canada, Colombia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Ireland, Jamaica, Korea, Norway, Panama, Philippines, Spain, United Kingdom, and the U.S.

The theme of the three-day event is "Build Your Organization and Let Your Organization Build Your Business." It will also include meetings in Milwaukee with a variety of training and education modules including speeches by fitness/nutrition expert and Saladmaster cookware owner Kathy Smith, and  gardening expert, TV host, author, columnist and Saladmaster cookware owner Melinda Myers.

Saladmaster cookware is sold exclusively through independent dealers worldwide through in-home product and cooking demonstrations.

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