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Lubbock Chamber of Commerce hosts Business Expo

From Lubbock Chamber of Commerce

Lubbock, Texas - The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will host the 2012 Business Expo on May 10, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

The Business Expo is hosted annually by the Chamber, and serves as an opportunity for the public to network with over 200 exhibitors from local businesses. This year's theme, "Success by Design," highlights the creative marketing applications from the Presenting Sponsor, Signs on the Go, and the live logo design hosted by RD Thomas. 

"The Lubbock Business Expo has been called the largest business-to-business trade show in the South Plains," said Kathy Timms, committee chairman for the event. "Market your business, see your clients, gain new customers, eat great food, make new friends and have a lot of fun - all in one day."   

For FREE admission into the Expo, get your complimentary tickets from the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce office or any Select-a-Seat box office through Wednesday, May 9. Tickets will also be available for five dollars at the door, or show your smart phone with a download of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce mobile app displayed and get in free.  

To add to the fun, visit the Hub City BBQ booth with your smart phone and the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce app, and be entered into a drawing for an iPad, courtesy of Sam's Club®.

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