Chamber hosts Business Showcase

The Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce's fourth annual Business Showcase is Feb. 28.

DONNA CLAIRMONT OF Clairmont Custom Draperies and Design will be one of the Chamber Showcase exhibitors again this year.

Members of the public and the business community are invited to attend the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce’s fourth annual Business Showcase Feb. 28.

“This annual event provides Chamber members and other businesses in the community with an opportunity to showcase their products and services in a professional setting at a beautiful venue,” says president and CEO Dianne Hawkins. “With over 40 exhibitors, we have a wide array of businesses displaying their products and services.

“There is something for everyone, from business-related services to home décor, health and wellness, and much more. In addition to door prizes donated by the exhibitors, many of the exhibitors have prize draws and samples at their booths.”

The event runs from 1 to 6 p.m. at Crown Isle Resort. Admission is free.

Business people may enter to win the Grand Prize Business Services Prize Package valued at over $4,000. This includes a $1,150 advertising campaign on 97.3 The Eagle Radio, $470 worth of avertising in the Comox Valley Record, admission (valued at $1,500) to Zenith Training International’s March or April ‘Success Series for Small Business’ Two-Day Conference in Parksville.

There are also various products and services generously provided by: ABC Printing and Signs, Continual Palingenesis – Web and Social Media Solutions, HiTec Screen Printing, InFocus Magazine, SmartBiz Strategy, Sparkling Graphics, Tailfeather Graphic Design, and the Comox Valley Business Gazette.

The Chamber of Commerce extends sincere thanks to the following event sponsors whose generous contributions help make this event possible: First Insurance, 97.3 The Eagle Radio, Crown Isle Resort, Comox Valley Record, Klitsa Signs, KT Media Works, Prestige Video Transfer, Sparkling Graphics and Valley Home Check.

For more information, call the Chamber office at 250-334-3234 or visit the website at www.comoxvalleychamber.com.

— Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce

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