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Energy felt in the air at Schaumburg business expo

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At left, Schaumburg Business Association President Kaili Harding greets attendees during the Schaumburg Business Association business expo Thursday at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel. At right, Amanda Thomsen, from left, Nina Bongiovanni and Brian Vasquez staff the Par Logistics booth at the expo.

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Amanda Thomsen, from left, Nina Bongiovanni and Brian Vasquez staff the Par Logistics booth during the Schaumburg Business Association business expo at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center.

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Andi Keca of the Keller Graduate School of Management speaks with Jason Gerren and Shica Povich of Lucky Strike Lanes during the Schaumburg Business Association expo Thursday. Story on Page 4

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Many exhibitors at the Schaumburg Business Association Expo Thursday said they could feel an energy in the room. "There's positive mojo here. ," said exhibitor Jeff Shihadeh of Window Works in Arlington Heights. SBA President Kaili Harding agreed. "This is like our Super Bowl. It's our big event," she said of the event described as the largest business after hours. Featuring former Bears Player Gary Fencik, the event was held at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center in Schaumburg.
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    • At left, Schaumburg Business Association President Kaili Harding greets attendees during the Schaumburg Business Association business expo Thursday at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel. At right, Amanda Thomsen, from left, Nina Bongiovanni and Brian Vasquez staff the Par Logistics booth at the expo.
    • Amanda Thomsen, from left, Nina Bongiovanni and Brian Vasquez staff the Par Logistics booth during the Schaumburg Business Association business expo at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center.
    • Andi Keca of the Keller Graduate School of Management speaks with Jason Gerren and Shica Povich of Lucky Strike Lanes during the Schaumburg Business Association expo Thursday. Story on Page 4
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