JUNE 15, 2015 – LEXINGTON, SC – The Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center will host its 2015 Business Lexpo Thursday, July 16, at RADIUS Church in Lexington from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This trade show and networking event is designed to give vendors affordable access to the business community and the opportunity to grow their businesses and renew existing business relationships.
Last year, more than 325 residents, business owners and others from throughout the Midlands came to connect with over 50 businesses displaying their products and services.
Randy Halfacre, President and CEO of the Chamber, views the expo as a must-attend event for all local business professionals. “This is their chance to interact with other attendees and exhibitors from all facets of the local business community,” said Halfacre. “The amount of contacts and information a new or seasoned business could take from this event is invaluable.”
The expo is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided by Palmetto Propane.
The 2015 Business Lexpo is sponsored by Lexington Medical Center, Comporium, Palmetto Health , BB&T, Webster University, B106.7, Agape Senior, AllSouth Federal Credit Union, Columbia Living Magazine, Columbia Business Monthly and 94.3 The Dude.
Expo vendors receive a 10-by-6 foot booth equipped with pipe and drape, one 6-foot table with tablecloth and skirting, two chairs and a waste basket. Businesses who register as vendors also receive an exclusive one-hour networking session with the other vendors prior to the event opening to the public.
For more information, contact Sondra Gettys at (803) 359-6113, ext. 104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lexington Medical Center
Agape Senior/Agape Hospice
AllSouth Federal Credit Union
Columbia Business Monthly
Columbia Living Magazine
Southern Siding & Window Company
Palmetto Air Conditioning & Electric
All Clear Restoration of SC
Lexington Mortgage Center
Cantey Foundation Specialists
Clark’s Termite & Pest Control
Simplified Office Solutions
State Credit Union
Grow Financial Federal Credit Union
Modern Exterminating Company
Colonial Life – Chris Shealy
Medicine Mart Pharmacy
Jim Hudson Toyota/Toyota Rent A Car