The inaugural Business Expo will give local businesses the chance to shine.

Local businesses to be showcase at business expo

The Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural Business Expo is shaping up to be an opportunity for Chamber members to showcase their products and services

The Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural Business Expo is shaping up to be an opportunity for Chamber members to showcase their products and services.

Admission is free, making it an excellent opportunity for the public and entrepreneurs alike to take part in the only business expo in Campbell River. The expo will be held at the Community Centre on Oct. 12 at 2 p.m. and includes access to free business workshops, door prizes and great networking opportunities.

Exhibitors to date include Alitis Investment Counsel Inc., GCS Technology Services Inc., Cruise Human Resource Solution, Total Concept Management & Realty Inc., Garat Financial Group, Scotiabank, Chameleon Creative Graphic & Web Design Inc., Glacierview Financial Services Ltd., Strategic Forest Management, Plastics Plus Fabricating Ltd., Pioneer Home Hardware Building Centre, St Johns Ambulance, Rivercorp, Monk Office, Sutton’s Campbell River Funeral Home, The Web Sense Solution, N.I.E.F.S., Costco Wholesale, MNP and the Immigrant Welcome Centre of Campbell River.

Book your booth today and plan on attending. Exhibitors are exclusive to Chamber Members.

Not a Chamber Member Yet? Contact the Chamber at 287-4636 today or online at www.campbellriverchamber.ca.

“This event provides new opportunities for local businesses to re-introduce themselves to the community and new residents in Campbell River and showcase all the great local products and services and business support that our members have to offer,” says Colleen Evans, Executive Director of the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce.

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