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Chamber’s business expo has record attendance

TAHOE CITY, Calif. – More than 225 attendees learned about area businesses and organizations at the North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce’s 24th Annual Business Expo held June 2 at the North Tahoe Event Center in Kings Beach.

“That’s 22 percent more people than last year,” said North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce Manager Kym Fabel. “Our booth numbers were also up, with 12 percent more businesses and organizations taking part compared to 2009.”

Fabel credits the gains, including 11 restaurants participating in the event that provided bite-sized portions to guests, to the North Lake Tahoe Chamber’s aggressive Chamber Business Plan, aimed at undertaking specific actions to help improve the opportunity for local businesses to achieve and sustain success.

“Although the business expo is a long-standing event of the North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce, we stepped up efforts this year to really position the occasion as a resource where attendees could learn about new companies, as well as the latest programs and services at established businesses, all in one place at one time. It was a fun and festive atmosphere, but the result of the event was a more educated community about what North Lake Tahoe has to offer local residents along with visitors.”

For more details about the North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce, including programs, events, business mixers and how your business can maximize its membership, click to their official website at

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