The 29th annual Cortland Count Chamber of Commerce Business Showcase is this weekend, local and regional companies will be on hand to promote their goods and services, and some may even be looking to hire new employees.
Dozens of businesses will be on hand at the J-M McDonald Sports Complex from 10-3 Saturday (April 6). Owners and operators will be on hand to answer questions about their products and services, in addition there are free giveaways throughout the day.
The showcase is designed to promote Cortland County and local area businesses, it is for small and large businesses, and helps those companies attract new customers, expand existing client bases, and increase sales.
In addition to having a chance to get up close and personal with local businesses visitors to this year’s showcase can also visit a huge car show taking place on the ice arena side of the sports complex. Local car clubs CNY Mustang and All Ford, along with the Seven Valleys Street Rods, and the Dryden Motor Vehicle Club will have classic vehicles on display.
The showcase opens up tonight with a preview party for the exhibitors and guests. The preview party has become one of the largest business networking events of the year in Cortland County.
10 local restaurants will cater tonight’s preview party, offering samples of some of their top fare.
Admission for Saturdays show case is $5 per person, children under 12 are free.