Glenwood Chamber hosts Business Trade Show
The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association is holding the 2006 Business Trade Show from noon to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the Hotel Colorado.This event gives local businesses and entrepreneurs throughout the Roaring Fork Valley an opportunity to promote their services and encourages the growth of new businesses as well.”This event is really to provide businesses with an event to network and create relationships with other businesses in town,” said Krista Kaufman, the Chamber’s vice president of special events and programs. “It’s a good way for businesses to market themselves.”Space is limited to six booths from any genre of business, so check with the Glenwood Chamber for availability.Other festivities will include food demonstrations in the elegant Devereux and Colorado rooms from local restaurants, and catering from the Hotel Colorado. The Taft Room will host seminars featuring expert advice on topics ranging from how to start and build a new company to how to promote the service throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. There will also be presentations on trends in health care as well as discussions on the oil boom in the region.Individual booth space is $175 for nonprofit organizations, $200 for Chamber members from Glenwood Springs, Rifle, Eagle, Carbondale and Basalt, and $250 for non-Chamber members with the extra $50 going toward a membership. If spaces are still available the Chamber will accept applications up to the day before the event to fill it up. Applications are available online at the Chamber’s Web site, http://www.glenwoodchamber.com.The event is open and free to the public, and door prizes will be given out at the end of the evening. Sponsors for the event are Pinnacol Assurance, The Roaring Fork Valley Community Health Plan, The High Country Business Review, The Hotel Colorado and the Post Independent.
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