Business expo returns to East Parker County

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The East Parker County Chamber of Commerce once again presents its annual Business Expo.

The fourth annual event will again be from 4 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at Willow Park Baptist Church, located at 129 South Ranch House Road in Willow Park, on Thurs., Oct. 17

The Business Expo is bringing together more than 60 diverse business exhibitors from around Parker County, showcasing their products and services. There will be live demonstrations, games, coupons, on-the-spot-shopping, drawings and free goodie bags while they last. The myriad businesses will include home improvement, healthcare, education, pet adoption, home-based businesses, financial planning, nonprofits and many others. The Business Expo is “quickly becoming an annual tradition in Parker County, giving folks an opportunity to connect with friends and enjoy the local businesses.”

The Chamber has made some changes in the Expo to incorporate a few food trucks that will be on hand with snacks and treats. There will be live music for entertainment and space to sit and relax.

Ram Granite will be hoping for a repeat win of the People’s Choice Best Booth so make sure to vote for your favorite booth before leaving.

The Business Expo is open to the community, because of the many sponsors - this year’s Business Expo admission is free. For more information, call the East Parker County Chamber of Commerce at 817-441-7844 or visit the website: www.eastparkerchamber.com

This year’s Business Expo is sponsored by First Financial Bank, Jerry Durant Auto Group, Weatherford Regional Medical Center and the City of Willow Park. The registration booth is brought to you by Parker County Today and the Weatherford Star-Telegram; the live music, Kyle Williams, is sponsored by First National Bank, with Little Plum Blossom Pediatrics and The Village at Crown Park sponsoring the postcards. Be sure and bring your postcard to enter for a special drawing.

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