The Imperial Valley Business Community represented by the Imperial Valley Joint Chambers of Commerce gathers every year to meet clients and form new friendships and ties as the 2019 Imperial Valley Expo took place at the Pebble Building on January 10.
The theme for this year was “Schmooza Palooza” as established by the board and Imperial County established businesses joined to network and make their business grow with an exhibition of over 100 vendors, from educational institutions to banks, to mom-and-pop stores, real estate companies, hospitals, dealerships and more were present to showcase their products and expand their brand awareness to the consumers in the Imperial Valley.
The event included a cooking demonstration, fashion show, and make-up artistry. Local vendors and businesses met and saw what services the Imperial Valley has to offer. Many local restaurants were also on hand for a chance to sample some delicious food.
This I.V. Expo was a joint effort by the chambers of commerce of the Imperial Valley who work to represent their cities and business community so residents can support them and improve the quality of life of their communities. This year the admission to the exhibition was $6 dollars per person, and there were a little over a thousand visitors from the Imperial Valley and surrounding areas like Yuma and Westmorland, among them multiple Snow Birds.
Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this event next year. For more information contact Attorney’s Bookkeeping Services at (760) 352-7164.