Mid-Michigan Regional Business Expo
A Phenomenal Networking Success!
Businesses From Around The Tri-Cities Benefited From This Annual Event...
May 8, 2008
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By: MyBayCity Staff
This year the Mid-Michigan Regional Business Expo, put on by the Bay Area, Saginaw and Midland Chamber's of Commerce was a tremendous success for all businesses who invested their time and money into the event!
Hundreds of exhibitors showcased their products and services, demonstrating them "LIVE" which proved to be a cost effective marketing tool for their business.
Trade shows are a leading source for purchasing information. They give businesses an opportunity to meet with current and prospective customers face to face and potentially "close the deal" right there on the spot!
This particular expo proved to be, by far, one of the premier networking opportunities in the Tri-City area.
This year, facilitators of the event decided to allow exhibitors to network with fellow exhibitors, which gave them exclusive time to do just that!
"Explore The Expo" contest, sponsored by Fabiano Brothers was just one of the events of the day! Visitor's received a contest card upon entering the expo for their chance to win $500!
There were many wondrous events such as the Premier Luncheon, sponsored by Covenant Healthcare featuring guest speaker LTG Russel L. Honoré, of the US Army (Ret.). LTG Russel L. Honoré was widely hailed by the media as the 'Category 5 General' who saved the fabled city of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Numerous small business seminars, sponsored by area businesses were enjoyed such as learning non-verbal communications to enhance your customer service skills taught by Tracy Weber Ph.D. and her four-legged friends, horses! Technology was also featured in the Voice Over Internet Protocol arena, showcased by I.T.I Inc.
MyBayCity.com and our recently launched MyTriCityNews.com would like to thank the following sponsors of our Mid-Michigan Regional Business Expo 2008 coverage! We appreciate your support.
Pictured are Arbonne International consultants Angie Scherzer, Jeanne Friedle, Kammy Dashner and Beth LeBlanc
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Representatives for Michigan WORKS! brought excitement to the expo with WII Baseball! "Play Ball..."
The Michigan WORKS! system is a customer focused workforce development system that prepares people for work. Assistance to all employers and job seekers is available to ensure that employers are provided with a supply of skilled workers and individuals are provided with an opportunity to advance knowledge and skills to achieve economic self-sufficiency.
This team of professionals work very hard at getting Michigan and the Tri-City area residents "back up and running....and back to work"!
Their services include Michigan's Talent Bank, employer services, self-serve resource rooms, training programs and readjustment services for dislocated workers, welfare reform services and more.
Visit their website for information, details and assistance at http://www.michiganworks.org/
Downtown Bay City is one of many "Great American Main Streets".
It has the characteristics of a big city and the personality of a small town community ... A riverfront community made up of the things to do and see
that will fill a day ... or a lifetime.
Bay City, nestled in the Saginaw Valley, is a city loaded with history related to Native Americans, lumbering, ship building, archeology, agriculture and commerce. The city's vibrant Downtown is highlighted with historical architecture dating from 1830 to 1940, creating a unique, one-of-a-kind shopping and residential district.
The Saginaw River travels directly through the center of the Bay City's Downtown, helping create a beautiful waterside community with riverside parks and walkways. During warmer months you can frequently see large great lake freighters and numerous pleasure boats traveling on the river.
Downtown Bay City truly is ......A Cool City!
Candace Bales-Director, Dana Bamberger-Administrative Assistant
Visit the Bay City Downtown Management Board & Development Authority website for Downtown upcoming events! http://www.downtownbaycity.com/CalendarofEvents.htm
Michael Bacigalupo, Executive Director for the State Theatre in Bay City poses with representatives from the Bay City Downtown Management Board & Development Authority.
The All-New Bay City State Theatre...Mid-Michigan's Home of Intimate Performance!
With a seating capacity of about 600, every seat is the best seat in the house!
State Theatre is host to many wondrous events throughout the year in Bay City! They bring in some of the top performers in the United States to entertain the Tri-Cities!
The State Theatre exists to enrich the arts & cultural opportunities of people in the Tri-Counties and the surrounding communities.
The State Theatre presents live events, film, family events, educational programming and special events. They are the home for the State Theatre Youth Orchestra and the Noon Optimists? travelogue series. You will also find the Bijou Orchestra performing here!
Whether you live nearby or farther away, they invite you to check out their event details and make plans to attend.
See you at the State!
For your corporate events, There are no limits:
Show Your Motivational/Training Videos
Sales Meetings with Guest Speakers
Call (989) 892-2660
Visit their website for upcoming events and see "what everyone is talking about in Bay City" http://www.statetheatrebaycity.com/
Representatives from Great Start Collaborative, Saginaw County were present building an integrated early childhood system for our community
Great Start Collaborative, Saginaw County has a mission.....that mission is to ensure that all children enter kindergarten safe, healthy and ready to succeed in school. Their main focus is building an integrated childhood system in Saginaw County. With a parent coalition and many provider resources, they are on their way to making Saginaw a better community.
Members of the Great Start Collaborative are community representatives who work together. They consist of parents, professionals, community agencies, businesses, and faith-based partners, truly a collaborative working together to meet their goals!
They welcome the whole community to be engaged. Research shows that education begins at birth and investing in children leads to economic growth and community development!
To "get involved", visit their website at http://www.greatstartsaginaw.org/
Maier & Associates were busy educating patrons on many facets of enriching their lives
Maier & Associates is heavily involved in making the lives of Tri-City residents better on numerous levels from financial, to college planning for our children to making a small business successful!
Maier & Associates is involved in many area activities that enrich our community.
Visit their website at http://www.maierandassociates.com/
For Information On Sponsoring Upcoming Event Coverage, Contact (989) 892-8501
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