Winter Park Business Expo set for Oct. 21
WINTER PARK — The Winter Park & Fraser Chamber announces the 10th Annual Business Expo featuring the Resource Café. Resource Café will be held 2-4 p.m. and 4:30 – 6:30 p.m., both on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Winter Park Station.
This FREE expo is a great way for the public to check out local businesses, learn about the community and get great deals and giveaways.
More than 50 businesses ranging from restaurants, breweries, retail, services, activities and lodging will be exhibiting. Each will display its services and be giving samples of products and goodies.
Businesses are encouraged to send all their staff to familiarize themselves with the community businesses. This way they’ll be better educated about the community for guests this winter.
Don’t have a booth? Bring business cards and market among the masses. This event gives all businesses a special opportunity to market to fellow business owners and locals, giving your business that much more exposure in Grand County.
The Resource Café provides the opportunity for participating businesses to network with resources such as the Small Business Administration, Small Business Development Center, Northwest Council of Governments, Colorado Mountain College, Grand County Office of Economic Development, Grand Enterprise Initiative, Winter Park & Fraser Chamber, Town of Winter Park and Town of Fraser in a roundtable setting to learn about offerings and services. Limited space is available — RSVP is required to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The chamber thanks event sponsors: Winter Park Station, Always Mountain Time Radio, Moffat Brewery, Party Time Rentals, Sky-Hi News, Winter Park TV18/Outside Television.
For more information about this event, visit http://www.playwinterpark.com or call the Winter Park Visitor Center, 970-726-4118.
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