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Industry-first Stack3d Select pavilion coming to the Arnold Sports Festival in 2024

Stack3d Select Announcement

In March of 2024, the ever-growing supplement industry is being treated to something remarkably new and different at a prestigious fitness event most sports nutrition enthusiasts will already be familiar with. The team here at Stack3d has partnered with the legendary Arnold Sports Festival to bring you an exclusive, unmissable section at the annual event dedicated to a select group of reputable, reliable, and premium companies.

The area is going to be called Stack3d Select, and it’ll be home to around 30 to 40 exhibitors, ranging from sports nutrition brands and ingredient houses to energy drinks and functional foods. Those exhibiting will be able to do so like an ordinary expo, with their own space; the benefit of Stack3d Select is the brands will be grouped and elevating one another, bringing a combined heavy flow of foot traffic, and the section is going to be strongly supported by Stack3d and the Arnold Sports Festival itself.

To ensure exhibitors in the Stack3d Select area are on a similar level, there is a maximum size for booths, so no one can be drastically bigger than the next. We’re also putting together several other features, including expo awards, an industry-exclusive hour, special edition items, and an online counterpart. We’re working closely with confirmed participants, interested brands, and the Arnold Sports Festival to ensure this is something everyone will want to be a part of, companies and consumers.

There is only so much space at the Arnold Sports Festival for Stack3d Select, as it is going to be relatively large, and we want it to maintain an exclusive feel. Basically, availability is limited, and we already have over half of the exhibitors confirmed, although for any brands that feel like this event would suit them, head to our page at the Stack3d Expo. There, we have a form for companies interested in taking part to fill out, and we’ll be working through them one by one until the allocated space is gone.

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