Some of the highlights of the 2018 Home & Business Expo are over a hundred vendors, special kid’s activity section, food and snacks, free door prize drawings for all attendees, plus a huge craft fair!
Vendors on-hand include landscapers, roofers, custom cabinet makers, floor coverings, door and window dealers, computers, real estate specialists, banks, pools and spas, decorators, home security specialists and various community groups and non-profits.
Show hours are Saturday 11am – 6pm & Sunday 11am to 4pm and tickets are available at the door and priced $6.00 adults, $5.00 seniors and kids 12 and under free.
Looking for a great advertising opportunity?
Be an Associate Sponsor.
For only $150, your business name will be displayed in the newspaper Expo insert, at the Chamber booth as a sponsor and a flyer or giveaway from your company will be included in the bags handed out to all attendees.
For information about being a Craft Fair Vendor contact Katie D’Agostino Phone: 860-584-4726 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Sponsorship or General Information, contact the Chamber Phone: 860-584-4718 Email: email@example.com
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