Organizers of Thursday's Tri-State Business Expo in Evansville are expecting 1,000 people to attend the eighth annual event. The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana says around 80 exhibitors will participate. July 9, 2013
EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Highlighting the economic power of Southwest Indiana's business community, The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana will host its eighth annual Tri-State Business EXPO at the Centre in Downtown Evansville, Thursday, July 11, 2013. The event is made possible by sponsors C.H. Robinson, J.E. Shekell and Van Ausdall and Farrar.
Traditionally, 1,000 attendees visit approximately 80 exhibits on this day. This year exhibitors are a diverse cross-section of regional businesses and services that include automotive, business supplies/services, banking, printing, technology and more! This is a convenient opportunity to meet area experts who will be exhibiting their services and products, all in one location. Several local restaurants will have delicious light refreshments available to attendees. Door prizes will be given throughout the afternoon. The exhibition hall will be open from 12:00 – 5:30 p.m.; the event is free and open to the public. For more information, please email Martha Seal at email@example.com, or visit www.ccswin.com.
ABOUT THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF SOUTHWEST INDIANA
Incorporated in 1936, The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana is a nonprofit membership organization that serves as the collective voice of the regional business community. To serve its nearly 1,500 member businesses, the Chamber proudly hosts dynamic programs and services including the Southwest Indiana Small Business Development Center, Tri-State Manufacturers' Alliance, Young Professionals Network, and Tri-State World Trade Network. Through public policy, small business services, and member engagement initiatives, the organization fosters an innovative regional business community that excels in the global marketplace. Learn more at www.ccswin.com.
Source: The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana