Exhibitors Wanted for Home & Lifestyle Expo

Though it seems like a long time from now, February will be here sooner than we know and most of us will be planning spring projects to spruce up our homes. The Lake County Chambers of Commerce’s upcoming February 21 and 22 event titled the “Home & Lifestyle Expo” is perfectly timed to provide ideas and inspiration in preparation for home improvement.

Formerly known as Shop Lake County, the chambers’ new event will be held at Great Lakes Mall from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday, February 21 and 11 am to 6 pm on Sunday, February 22.

The new concept and focus promises to provide a weekend of ideas, innovative products and practical advice in remodeling, home improvement, gardening and lifestyle. Attendees will have the chance to enter the “Spruce up Your Home” raffle drawing to win a $500 Simon Visa Giftcard.

The chambers are currently seeking local companies who would like to showcase their business and generate company awareness and sales. Each participating exhibitor will be provided a 10‘x10’ display area to include a chair and an 8’ table with table cover and skirting. The exhibitor fee is $325 for the two-day expo. In addition to exhibiting, there is the opportunity for companies to sponsor the Home & Lifestyle Expo or to be included in the 500 giveaway bags distributed to attendees. On-site participation is limited to the first 60 registrations – so do not delay.

For more information on the Home & Lifestyle Expo or to register as an exhibitor, call Linda Reed at the Lake County Chamber of Commerce at 440-357-7572 or visit the Lake County Chambers of Commerce Website.

About the Lake County Chambers of Commerce

The Lake County Chambers of Commerce is a consortium of 4 local chambers working to better the business community. The Madison-Perry Area Chamber of Commerce, Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce, Painesville Area Chamber of Commerce and Willoughby Western Lake County Chamber of Commerce each function autonomously, yet they all share the same important common 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 member
  • 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 www.lakecountychambers.com.

This story is brought to you by the Lake County Chambers of Commerce

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Gabe Arnold
Author: Gabe Arnold