Chamber hosts Business Expo


Staff report



Huber Heights Police Officer Ed Savard, Chamber of Commerce Administrative Assistant Geri Bellingar, and Police Sergeant Charles Taylor enjoy the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.


Contributed photo

Viva la Strings provided music at the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.


Contributed photo

HUBER HEIGHTS — The Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce held their 2017 Business Expo on Thursday June 1 at Wayne High School.

The event featured live entertainment from Viva la Strings. The Junior ROTC opened the event and the Huber Heights Police and Fire Divisions were there with displays and special units. Each year the Chamber has been pleased to see the Expo grow.

The Chamber worked with the schools this year to showcase the wonderful facilities the community has so graciously given us. Volunteers will help with questions and help with general directions inside and out of the school. The focus was on the business community.

“The Business Expo is a great way for businesses and community groups to get more visibility,” said Chamber Executive Director Mark Bruns.

Huber Heights Police Officer Ed Savard, Chamber of Commerce Administrative Assistant Geri Bellingar, and Police Sergeant Charles Taylor enjoy the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/06/web1_BusinessExpo.jpgHuber Heights Police Officer Ed Savard, Chamber of Commerce Administrative Assistant Geri Bellingar, and Police Sergeant Charles Taylor enjoy the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce Business Expo. Contributed photo

Viva la Strings provided music at the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce Business Expo.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/06/web1_BusinessExpo2.jpgViva la Strings provided music at the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce Business Expo. Contributed photo

Staff report

Reach the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce at 233-5700.

Reach the Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce at 233-5700.