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2012 Venice Business Expo: May 23rd!

The Venice Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the inaugural Venice Business Expo on Wednesday, May 23rd from 5:30-8:30 pm at the Boys and Girls Club of Venice. The event is open to the public and admission is $5. Own a business in Venice? Get involved! Join the Chamber!

2012 Venice Business Expo

From The Venice Chamber of Commerce:

The Venice Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce, for the first time in 20 years, the 2012 Business Expo, a local event where area businesses can showcase their products and services. We invite you to experience an evening of engaging networking while strolling the aisles viewing exhibits and sampling food from some of our favorite eateries.

Says Chamber President Alex Rosales, “The Venice Chamber is all about providing opportunities where businesses can promote to the local community and encouraging our members to do business together.”

There is space for only 30 vendors and spots are going fast so reserve your table NOW! Registration fees are listed below and includes admission for two:

$50/member plus an additional $5 to choose your space

$75/non-member (priority will be give to Chamber members)

$0 for Food Exhibitors – only 5 spaces available (must provide food samples for a minimum of 100 people)

All table sponsors and raffle donors will receive recognition in our event program. To reserve your table or donate a raffle item, please contact Donna Lasman at 310.822.5425 or [email protected]

As an added bonus, The Business Expo is the perfect time to formally launch the Member Rewards Program, where card-carrying Chamber members can enjoy discounts offered on the Chamber website.

The Boys & Girls Club of Venice
2232 Lincoln Blvd.
Venice, CA 90291

Wednesday – May 23, 2012
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM

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