The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County, the largest business organization in the County, will hold their annual Business Expo on Thursday, June 6 at Montgomery County Community College, a new location for the 29th annual event.
The Expo is open to the public and free to attend with a business card. A lunch and keynote presentation by Albert J. Zone, Executive Director and CEO of the Elmwood Park Zoo will kick off the day’s activities. Al will share his experience of turning a struggling zoo into one of the best in America. Montgomery County has a long phenomenal history and the Elmwood Park Zoo celebrating their 95th anniversary as well as with Montgomery County Community College’s 55th anniversary year, underscores the Expo theme of “Celebrating Montgomery County.”
There will be over 90 exhibitors participating in the Expo making it the largest networking event in Montgomery County. Exhibitors will include technology, heating and air conditioning, staffing, financial services, healthcare companies and more. The exhibits which are open from 1-5pm provide the opportunity to learn about new products and services from Montgomery County businesses.
With hundreds of small businesses right in our back yard, the Expo gives everyone a chance to meet companies and owners that are the backbone of the community. Activities during the Expo include a Raffle Blitz, Scavenger Hunt to test your “Montco” knowledge as well as a photo booth for a fun event memento. Food and beverage tastings will take place during the “Taste of the Chamber” which goes from 5pm-630pm.
The “Taste” gives everyone in attendance a chance to network with a wide variety of businesses, while sampling local beer, wine and cuisine. The Business Expo is just one of the many events The Chamber holds throughout the year. Information about the Expo as well as other chamber programs and services is available at www.chambergmc.org.