Greater Lexington Chamber Business Lexpo Draws Hundreds
The Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center drew hundreds to River Bluff High School Tuesday to connect
with 100 local businesses at its 2017 Business Lexpo.
Business professionals, local residents and visitors walked the school’s spacious Main Street lined with trade show booths, sampling menu items from
seven local restaurants along the way.
Greater Lexington Chamber President/CEO Otis Rawl was proud of his community’s display of support for local companies. “The reason we continue to host
the Lexpo is because we get to witness businesses strengthen their relationships with one another and their customers,” said Rawl. “With the help
of the Greater Irmo Chamber, we were able to see that happen for businesses throughout Lexington County.”
Participants like Devon Mellichamp, client services manager at Bayada Home Care, were happy to find local companies that could assist their business.
“We were able to connect with people in the community that we don’t normally get this face-to-face time with,” said Mellichamp. “This event has
shown us how wonderful the Lexington community is. We’re excited to be part of it.”
Free and open to the public, this trade show is designed to bring local businesses and restaurants together to connect with one another and the Midlands
The 2017 Business Lexpo is presented by BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, Palmetto Health, BB&T, Lexington Medical Center, Comporium, AllSouth
Federal Credit Union, Providence Health, Grow Financial Federal Credit Union, Moseley Funeral & Cremation Service, Grace Outdoor Advertising,
Columbia Living Magazine and Z93.1 The Lake.
To find more events happening in Lexington including the 2017 Lexington Craft Beerfest, visit www.lexingtonsc.org.
About the Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center
The Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center promotes business prosperity and a thriving community by providing services, advocacy and education
for its members. A nonprofit, 501 (c) 6 organization, the GLC&VC represents nearly 900 businesses and more than 30,000 employees. To learn
more about the Chamber and the Greater Lexington area, visit www.lexingtonsc.org.