New Location and Date for Shiawassee Home Garden Business EXPO
D'Mar Will Host EXPO in April
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The Shiawassee Home Garden Business EXPO has a new date and location for 2020. The event will be held on Saturday, April 18th and Sunday, April 19th at D’Mar Banquet & Conference Center/North M-52 Plaza. The EXPO is presented by Memorial Healthcare.
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“We are enthusiastic about the new location, layout and timing of this year’s event,” said EXPO Chairman Kevin Maurer of Maurer Heating & Cooling. “The warmer weather will bring more outdoor exhibits and exciting new vendors. We are utilizing several spaces of the plaza and turning it into a spring marketplace,” stated Maurer.
Vendors of the Downtown Owosso Farmers Market will have a dedicated market area and food trucks are welcome. Space reservations are now being accepted for the 2020 Shiawassee Home Garden Business EXPO. An exhibitor packet is available for download on the Chamber’s website at shiawasseechamber.org. Questions may be directed to the Chamber by calling 989-723-5149.
“We have been fortunate to utilize Owosso High School for the past two decades. With the school’s massive construction ramping up this spring, we knew well in advance that 2020 would bring an alternative location. Change is good and I’d like to thank Owosso Public Schools for being our partner for so many years,” said Chamber President/CEO Jeff Deason.
Attracting over 2,500 attendees, the Home Garden Business EXPO is an annual event of the Shiawassee Regional Chamber of Commerce.
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