Area residents can explore local business and community resources, meet their local leaders, and enjoy an Indoor Farmers Market on Saturday, March 3 at the 2012 Cary Grove Chamber Community Showcase, the Chamber’s annual business expo.
The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at , 2208 Three Oaks Rd., Cary.
Thousands are expected to attend. Parking and admission are free. For information, visit www.carygrovechamber.com
“The Community Showcase is your opportunity to explore what is available in our Cary Grove area community and meet the people who make things happen,” said Chamber President Chuck Barrett of Frisch & Barrett Insurance Agency.
“New this year, in addition to our booths representing local leaders, business resources, community groups, and more, we’ll feature a one-day Indoor Farmers Market on March 3 inside the high school cafeteria with some of the great vendors we had at our summer Cary Farmers Market.”
The Indoor Farmers Market will offer farm fresh meats and eggs, cheeses, baked goods, fruit pies, pickles, dressings, salsas, dips, seasonings, jams, specialty foods, barn quilts, unique accessories and more.
In addition to the business and community booths, there will be free door prize giveaways awarded at the front entrance of the high school to every 100th person who enters the door.
Attendees will also have a chance to enter a raffle to win two round-trip air seats to Cancun from Apple Vacations and Cary Travel Express. Some restrictions apply.
Raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5, but free coupons for raffle tickets will be appearing in local papers and coupon mailers in the days leading up to the Showcase. The $1.00 raffle tickets will also make you eligible to win one of several $100 local shopping sprees.
2012 Community Showcase Sponsors
Double D Graphics, the Northwest Herald and Sage Products, Inc. The 2012 Showcase committee this year consists of John Opatrny of Stone Hill Center, Chuck Barrett of Frisch & Barrett Insurance Agency, Dave Evans of Evans Carpet Cleaning Plus, Robert Hepfinger of Pathway Financial Services, Joe McVicker of Cary Bank & Trust, John Cosmos of CynJon Technologies, Holly Kelps of Coldwell Banker Honig-Bell, Dave Miller of Lake Julian Contracting, John Pletz of ServiceMaster by Pletz, Bob Swanson of Swanson Painting, Inc, and Michael Racana of RE/Max Superior Commercial.
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