Terrace chamber showcases area businesses

The show is almost full, with eight to ten tables out of 85 remaining.

THE TERRACE and District Chamber of Commerce is turning a spotlight on the business future of the northwest as it readies for its annual trade show April 20 – 22.

The event will be held at the Terrace Sportsplex, and will see up to 85 businesses — giant, large, medium and small — gathering to show off their latest, in addition to schools, government agencies, and interest groups.

“There’s something for everybody,” said the chamber’s executive director Carol Fielding, adding that the show is expected to bring everything from fresh products from local business to information for industry and lots in between.

“It’s a well rounded show that will speak to businesses and the residents,” she said.

The show is almost full, with eight to ten spaces out of 85 remaining.

Fielding said that the show is revamped this year with a new name, Powering Up For a Brighter Future, from the former Business Expo, to reflect the industrial development that’s either underway or about to start in the northwest.




















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