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Expo shows off South Shore’s many businesses

Dylan Silver
Dylan Silver / Tahoe Daily Tribune

The 2012 Business Expo, organized by TahoeChamber.org, saw its widest array of businesses to date at Friday’s event.

The annual expo featured more than 60 local businesses and agencies and attracted hundreds of residents and visitors.

Countless products were on display, from LED lighting at the One Source LED Lighting booth to airplane charter services at GaryAir Air Taxi’s table. Restaurants and catering services served up a huge range of food and beverages, including the Beacon’s famous Rum Runner cocktails to breads by Sugar Pine Bakery and chocolate popcorn by Lake Tahoe Chocolate Factory.

The event offered a handful of agencies and associations to explain their role in the Lake Tahoe Basin in a light-hearted atmosphere. The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, the Tahoe Transportation District, the Tahoe Rim Trail Association and the Tahoe Resource Conservation District all had booths.

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