Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Sixth Annual North Shore Chamber of Commerce Business Expo

The North Shore Chamber of Commerce's 6th Annual Business Expo will take place on Friday, May 2nd at Waimea Valley on the North Shore. This year's theme is: "The North Shore Experience: Learn, Grow, Prosper." This event will bring together businesses and nonprofits from Kaena to Kualoa that make up the unique North Shore experience including agriculture, dining, retail, art, manufacturing,  ocean sports and recreation, and visitor attractions in the beautiful setting of Waimea Valley.  It will focus on what's special about the region as well as provide opportunities for growing your business.  Businesses and others that are part of this North Shore Experience as well as those that serve the North Shore region are invited to participate in this event.

Kicking off the event will be keynote speaker Peter Apo, Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustee and cultural tourism consultant, who will talk about the special challenges of being a destination community while maintaining the community's unique identity.  He will talk about the roles of the place, guest, and host in creating the North Shore Experience. More information will be forthcoming about this year's speakers, panelists, workshops and a very special pau hana networking event.
The Chamber is currently seeking sponsors to support the event.  Sponsorship offers a wonderful opportunity to assist in the professional development of more than 150 Expo attendees, network with over 30 exhibitors, and get your name, service or product out to the North Shore community.  For more information on sponsorship, go to www.GoNorthShore.org or call the Chamber at (808) 637-4558. Deadline is Friday, February 28.

About the North Shore Chamber of Commerce (NSCOC)
Haleiwa Main Street, DBA the North Shore Chamber of Commerce, a charitable
501 c 3, was founded in 1985 to encourage economic development through historic preservation. Today, the Chamber exists to promote, maintain, and encourage the historic, cultural, civic, and economic welfare of the North Shore district through research, education, advocacy, and related activities.

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