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Friday July 31st, 2015 1:06AM

Buy Local Expo is next Fri.

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce's (GHCC's) annual Buy Local Expo is Friday, February 22 from 9:00-2:00 at the Gainesville Civic Center (new venue this year).

It will highlight the many products and services that business professionals can access in Hall County. As an added bonus, attendees will be able to attend six seminars, enjoy local food and fare, and attend the Annual SAFE & GREEN held in conjunction with the Expo for the first time. The Title/Presenting Sponsor is Insurance Office of America.

The Expo will feature over 75 exhibits of local businesses and non-profits and is open to the public. $10 Entry Fee.

Seminars/Speakers will include:

*Marketing to Millennials, Derrick Case, Owner of Dress Up Boutique

*Drug Free Workplace, Chuck Wade, President and CEO of The Council on Alcohol and Drugs

*Operation Efficiency, Randall Powers, Managing Partner of The Powers Company

*Sustainability, Rudi Kiefer, Professor of Physical Science and Director or Sustainability at Brenau University

*Meeting Efficiency, Jim Kerlin, Owner of Sandler Training

*Sustainable Building Solutions, Brian Daniel, President of Carroll Daniel Construction
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