Marty Tennant and Brian Martinez are BCAGlobal's 2019 Vision Award Honorees

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Marty Tennant.
 
Building a broader platform for diversity in the culinary and hospitality industries is the spirit behind BCAGlobal’s 15th Annual Global Food & Wine Experience that will take place on Friday, September 13th at Guastavinos 409 E. 59th Street in NYC from 7 PM to 10:30 PM.
 
This year’s 2019 Vision Award will be presented to Marty Tennant and Brian Martinez. Two extremely talented individuals who through hard work and drive have built a successful career in the Food, Wine and Spirit Industry.
 
Marty Tennant is Diageo On-Premise Execution Business Manager, Metro New York. 
 
Brian Martinez is owner of Fresco's Cantina, The Bronx Barber Shop, and The Coffee Break Company.
 
The confirmed chefs and exhibitors Include: 
Chef Winston Chiu c/o ReThink Food.
Pastry Chef-Lenise Streeter.
Chef Dennis Williams c/o Brooklyn Job Corp.
Damascus Bakery.
Solomon & Kuff.
Fleurimond Catering.
Blondie Divine Desserts.
Mikey Likes It Ice Cream.
Mere Viola Sweet Delights.
Make My Cake and Cafe.
Chef Isaiah Maki.
Chef Kavon William Langley.
Chef Cutter Cartier.
Chef Joel Javier.
Upcakes and Treats Shop. 
Chef Troys Table.
Sweet Tea Baked Goodies.
Chef Jose Gonzales. 
Chef Shorne Benjamin.
 
This important evening is the only event in the country celebrating diversity, using the food and beverage industry as a nexus to bring people together. 
 
The realization that the act of sharing and consuming food and beverage has become detached from its traditional cultural contexts has emerged. The purpose is to reconnect food to cultural heritage and the community, through social nourishment in the context of “Enjoy Food and Beverage Responsibly”.
 

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