Designed to familiarize residents with local services
HENDERSON, Ky. (July 17, 2014) — Western Kentucky’s largest free business showcase will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on July 25 in Henderson at the Holy Name School gymnasium.
The All-American Business Expo, hosted by Kyndle, will feature displays, giveaways, samples and general information from dozens of area business, agencies and organizations. Admission is free for the public and the cost to exhibit is also free for Kyndle stakeholders. The expo will include food, refreshments, music, door prizes and more, in an effort to help area residents become more familiar with the goods and services available in our area.
“All Kyndle members are invited to take advantage of this great opportunity to promote what they do,” Margaret Ridley, Kyndle’s vice president of business support, said. “Kyndle is a big proponent of shopping local, and the expo will help businesses better educate the public about what’s available right here. And it’s free!”
Expo exhibitors will get one 6-foot table or the equivalent space on which to display information about their businesses. Electricity for displays is available if requested. Non-members of Kyndle will be charged $200 to have a table at the expo. Exhibitors are encouraged to incorporate the “All-American” theme into their displays.
Kyndle is the chamber of commerce for Henderson County, leads industrial recruitment effort and expansion efforts in Henderson, McLean, Webster and Union counties, and also partners with chambers in the other three counties to support local businesses.
Sponsorships are still available and include promotional considerations and other special benefits.