Recap: This Year’s Business Lexpo was BIG!
We transformed the Main Street of River Bluff High School into a huge pop-up mall and trade show Thursday for the Business Lexpo that brought more than
ever through its doors to eat and shop.
This year’s lineup included 120 businesses from throughout Lexington and the Midlands area, the biggest Expo the Chamber has hosted since the event’s creation.
Attendees were able to taste food from many different restaurants like Kristin’s Kitchen, Willie Jewell’s Old School Bar-B-Q and Palmano’s Pizzeria &
Restaurant, LLC as well as purchase snacks and water to support Mission Lexington.
While they ate, visitors had the chance to walk the halls and stop by each booth to talk with the businesses and see their best products, services, deals
“Seeing this event grow helps us know that our county is thriving and that our expo is a valuable place for the businesses in our area to connect with
each other and new customers,” said Otis Rawl, Chamber President & CEO.
If we missed you at the Expo, you can check out all the photos from the event here.
Are you ready to attend another Chamber event where you can connect with businesses and other professionals?
We’ll be hosting our Fall Golf Classic on Thursday, October 3 at Golden Hills Golf and Country Club where your business can participate as
a team or set up on a hole or tee.