COARSEGOLD – Local community organizers are anticipating a big turnout for the Coarsegold Business Expo at the Community Center on Thursday, Apr. 30. The Expo runs from 4 – 7 p.m. and is sponsored by the Coarsegold Chamber of Commerce.
Members and others look forward to a relaxed and informative environment for making new contacts and running into old friends. It’s free for Chamber members.
The event is expected to draw scores of businesses to the community center for a fun evening meet-and-greet, so business owners can get to know their neighbors and draw in potential customers, as well. “Get Connected” is the motto for the Expo, where Coarsegold Chamber members are offered free tabling.
“It’s a great networking opportunity, one of the many things the Coarsegold Chamber does for its members,” says Dave Wolin, president of the organization. “We provide a table. Just bring some business cards, handouts and show material.”
Non-members who wish to represent a home business or other professional service may also participate for a table fee of $40.
Laura Young, Chamber vice president-elect and contact for this event, says attendance is benefical for all businesses who want to reach out to other business owners and possible clientele, to let people know exactly what they have to offer.
“It’s great because home based-businesses or other small businesses can get exposure at this type of community event.”
Already signed up for the event are Camarena Health Care, Marty the Concrete Guy, J. Carol Realty, Denice Busse Farmers Insurance, By Jupiter Notary and Livescan, Diane Boland/Coarsegold Historical Village, Chris Baker Digital Imaging, and many more outstanding area businesses and individuals.
Online registration is available at the Coarsegold Chamber of Commerce Business Expo page.
Questions? Contact Laura Young at (559) 760-0806.