Tahoe Truckee Annual Business Expo and Chamber Mixer
The Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce will hold its 17th Annual Business Expo andamp; Chamber Mixer Thursday, April 30 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at The Resort at Squaw Creek. The Business Expo, designed to be part Expo and part business social event, will showcase more than 60 different businesses, demonstrating the strength and variety of the local economy and fostering a positive business environment.The Expo combines the benefits of a tradeshow and a Chamber mixer to create the ultimate networking experience. Exhibitors will have an opportunity to promote their business on a personal level at an affordable cost; introduce and raise awareness of new or existing products and services and meet potential customers or clients.Every year the Expo becomes more popular, says Lynn Saunders, President/CEO. The energy and excitement of people networking, conducting business and having fun just fills the Grand Ballroom at The Resort at Squaw Creek.Attendance is free and considered by many a must-attend event. There will be an abundance of door prizes and giveaways at the exhibitor booths. Contests and games for prizes provide a lively, festive environment. KTKE 101.5 FM will be broadcasting live from the venue, including on-air interviews with exhibitors and attendees.Truckee Chamber members can exhibit for as little as $185. Exhibitors who reserve and confirm space by April 15 will be featured in a special section to appear in the April 29 issue of the Sierra Sun. In addition, the event will be publicized in Moonshine Ink. In past years, exhibitors have ranged from restaurant, catering, health services, insurance, media, financial planning, cabinets, interior design, home repair, advertising agencies, office supplies, employment services and more.Space is limited and reservations are on a first-paid, first guaranteed basis. Contact Linda Pendleton at the Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce at 587-8808.
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