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May 25, 2011 (Poway) – Poway Chamber of Commerce is planning the inaugural San Diego Inland Business Expo. The Expo will showcase a variety of businesses, giving attendees an opportunity to find business services and products appropriate for their needs.  The event will be held at Barona Resort & Casino’s Golf Center,1932 Wildcat Canyon Rd. in Lakeside on June 2 from 3-7 p.m.


Three speakers will be featured during the expo as an added benefit to attendees and exhibitors. The speaker schedule is as follows:

General Atomics, Linden Blue- 3:30pm

San Diego Daily Transcript, George Chamberlin- 4:30pm

Sandler Training, Darren Cecil- 5:30pm

Speaker, Jim Hernandez will provide tips on the before, during, and after essentials of tradeshow exhibition.  This training will help exhibitors maximize their time and efforts on the day of the event.



Applications for exhibitors and sponsors are currently being accepted at the Poway Chamber office.  Businesses interested in participating can visit www.poway.com or contact Leslie Paver at 858-748-0016 orLeslie@poway.com for more information.



For business professionals or individuals interested in attending the expo, Barona Resort & Casino is offering exciting incentives.  The first 100 attendees to register will receive a free buffet voucher to Barona’s Season Fresh Buffet.  Attendees will also receive one free raffle ticket at check in to win a variety of prizes.  Admission to the expo is $10.  Attendees can register online at www.poway.com or pay at the door on the day of the event.



Sponsors for this event include:

Gold- Barona Resort & Casino, Pomerado Newspapers, SDG&E

Silver- San Diego Union Tribune

Bronze- FocalPoint Business Coaching, WalMart



Contact Leslie Paver with questions 858-748-0016 or Leslie@poway.com



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