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posted: 3/12/2013 12:36 PM

Lake Zurich chamber to host annual business expo

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  • Emily Gillespie, 14, of Lake Zurich plays with service dog Ameya the border collie from the Oakview Pet Resort of Wauconda at the Lake Zurich Chamber business expo last year.

       Emily Gillespie, 14, of Lake Zurich plays with service dog Ameya the border collie from the Oakview Pet Resort of Wauconda at the Lake Zurich Chamber business expo last year.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer, 2012

  • Nancy Needham, president of Melon Ink and Elegant Embroidery, Inc. of Lake Zurich, shows off her products at the 2012 Lake Zurich Chamber business expo.

       Nancy Needham, president of Melon Ink and Elegant Embroidery, Inc. of Lake Zurich, shows off her products at the 2012 Lake Zurich Chamber business expo.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer, 2012

 
Lake Zurich Area Chamber of Commerce submission

The Lake Zurich Area Chamber of Commerce hosts its 22nd Annual Business & Community Expo Saturday, March 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lake Zurich High School, 300 Church St., Lake Zurich.

More than 100 local businesses and community organizations are expected to showcase their newest products and services in the Field House. Family entertainment includes Dave DiNaso's Traveling World of Reptiles and a bevy of local area talent.

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New to the expo are six informational seminars by local businesses.

Take a free ride on the transportation van that will continuously cruise the parking lots to bring families to the expo front door.

Inside, visitors will find many local businesses and community organizations from Lake Zurich, Hawthorn Woods, Deer Park, Kildeer, Long Grove, North Barrington and surrounding areas, including child care, beauty, financial, real estate, health and fitness, churches, restaurants, education, political campaigns, government and more.

Take a break from visiting the booths and visit the concession area for a snack. Many businesses and organizations have planned activities and giveaways. Play Expo Bingo for a chance to win a free iPad.

Check out the Lake Zurich Chamber of Commerce's website, www.LZACC.com, for a complete list of businesses and other organizations exhibiting at the expo.

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