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April 20, 2015 (La Mesa)-- On Wednesday, April 29, 2015 the La Mesa Chamber of Commerce invites you to join a unique evening and opportunity to meet some of the local businesses within the community. The “Spring Fling - Business Expo” is a new event that has been requested by local businesses to provide them an opportunity to showcase their goods and services.

This special event will be held at the La Mesa Community Center, 4975 Memorial Drive in La Mesa between the hours of 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Tickets to join in this “Spring Fling” are offered at $10 per person and will include food from local businesses.

Sponsors for the evening are: American Medical Response, The East County Herald, SDG&E and Viejas Casino & Resort.

Confirmed participation to date of Chamber businesses are: American Medical Response, Braces San Diego, Business 2 Business Connection San Diego, California Bank & Trust, Carl Burger Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM World, COSTCO Wholesale - La Mesa, Courtesy TV - Sales & Service, David’s Flowers, DEKRA Smog Test Center, Dignity Memorial - El Camino Memorial Park, Eleanor Y. Mohammed - State Farm, Erickson-Anderson Mortuary, Grossmont Escrow Co., Hammett Health Insurance, Healing Hands Skin Care Center, Kiwanis Club of La Mesa, La Mesa Dental Artistry, Lily’s Mobile Homes, Optimal Weight Loss, Mike Harrison for Assembly, Pacific Southwest Railway Museum, Power, Rockscapes Unlimited, Inc., Rosie’s Calico Cupboard Quilt Shop, Salon De Solage, Sandra Small Photographer, SDG&E, Silvergate Bank, State Farm Insurance - Kristie Facto Agency, Storage West, Teague Financial Insurance Services, The East County Herald, The East County Magazine, Valvoline Instant Oil Change, Viejas Casino & Resort, Waterford Terrace Retirement Community, and Whittington Property Management.

“Don’t miss out on the fun!” says La Mesa Chamber president Mary England.  “Tthere will be raffle prizes galore and live entertainment by THE IDEAS Rock and Roll Trio.”

For tickets visit: or call the Chamber office 619-465-7700.

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