Business Expo this week
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – TahoeChamber.org will host its annual Business Expo from 4 to 8 p.m. March 25 at Montbleu’s Convention Center.
The event is open to the public. Admission tickets are $10 and are available at the door or online at TahoeChamber.org.
More than 80 chamber member businesses are set to showcase their products and services.
This years theme, “Pedal to Prosperity,” recognizes advancements in the community via the Amgen Tour of California and the implementation of the Lake Tahoe Basin Prosperity Plan.
The event also boasts a silent auction. Items up for bid include lodging packages from
Lake Tahoe Beach & Ski Club, Camp Richardson, and Lakeside Inn, a $500 radio advertising package from K-Tahoe, a $1000 radio package from KRLT/KOWL, 2011 season pass for Kirkwood Mountain Resort, rounds of golf at Genoa Lakes Golf Course, a “First Tracks Package” from Heavenly Mountain Resort, gym memberships to Balance Fitness and Anytime Fitness, dining certificates, pet sitting, babysitting and artwork by local artists.
Attendees can also enjoy delicious food and beverage tasting from featured vendors including Picchetti Winery, Bistro Danielle, the Fresh Ketch, the Beacon, Lakeside Inn, Mo’s Place, Jamba Juice, Zephyr Cove Resort, The Beach Hut Deli, Tahoe Ridge Winery & Bistro, MontBleu, and Heavenly Mountain Resort.
The Business Expo is sponsored by Heavenly Mountain Resort, Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa, South Tahoe Refuse & Recycling, Getaway Media, Tahoe Supply Company, K-Tahoe, KRLT/KOWL, The Tahoe Daily Tribune, and Lake Tahoe Television.
For more information, visit http://www.tahoe
chamber.org or call 775-588-1728.
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