Planning has already begun for the fifth annual Home & Lifestyle Expo produced and organized by the Lake County Chambers of Commerce, which is comprised of the Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce, Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce and Willoughby Western Lake County Chamber of Commerce. In past years, the Expo has been a two-day event. This year the planning committee has decided to build the event around one day instead of two which is proving to be more appealing to participating companies and their ability to cover labor hours over the weekend. The date, location and time for the Home & Lifestyle Expo is Saturday, March 2nd at Great Lakes Mall in Mentor between the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
This popular event provides companies the opportunity to share their products and services to the community in a unique open venue. Perfect for participation are companies in all aspects of the home industry such as remodeling, new construction, home appliances, windows, gutters, real estate, landscaping, home design and cleaning services. Interested lifestyle type companies include those who focus on health and beauty, fitness, medical, sports and
There are many ways to participate which include sponsorship levels beginning at $495 and up, exhibit space for $295 and the opportunity to place for $50 an item or information into the 300 giveaway bags to be distributed to the first 300 attendees. Deadline for sponsorship is December 14th and the deadline for exhibit space and giveaway bag participation is February 8th.
For more information on the Home & Lifestyle Expo or to register as an exhibitor contact Linda Reed at the Lake County Chambers of Commerce at 440-357-7572 or visit Lake County Chambers of Commerce.
About the Lake County Chambers of Commerce
The Lake County Chambers of Commerce is a consortium of 3 local chambers working to better the business community. The Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce, Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce and the Willoughby Western Lake County Chamber of Commerce each function autonomously, yet they all share the same important goals:
- Offer solid networking and business-boosting opportunities for members
- Be a strong business advocate – work to improve the business climate
- Be a valuable business resource for members
- Save member organizations money in many ways
Countywide events are created through the Lake County Chambers of Commerce to help the business community and numbers are leveraged to provide member companies a savings on workers’ comp and health insurance. For more information about the Lake County Chambers of Commerce or to view a business directory of company members visit Lake County Chambers of Commerce.
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