The largest networking event in Mount Pleasant — driven by Crews Subaru of Charleston — is set to take place this Thursday, September 22, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Omar Shrine Center, in partnership with the Town of Mount Pleasant and for the first time Health Sponsor, Roper St. Francis Healthcare. The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce (MPCC) Business and Community Expo is designed to be both fun and educational, with interactive exhibitor booths that offer demonstrations, giveaways and food samples. There will be games, prizes, vendors galore, and a Happy Hour from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. As always, admission is FREE.
“The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce’s Business and Community Expo is a great opportunity for local businesses, and the community-at-large to come together for an engaging, and free networking event. What makes us the ‘Fastest Chamber in the Lowcountry’?” asks MPCC Board President Michael Cochran. “Come out and experience it for yourself! Join us along with over 90 vendors, and 1200 attendees for our 12th Annual Expo. Looking for a product or service? We’ve got you covered! Getting a little hungry? Stop by one of our participating food trucks, and feed the need. Mark your calendars, and come Chamber with us! Let’s Go!”
Five Reasons to Attend the FREE Expo:
1. The Expo will be kicked off by a mascot parade with appearances by:
Cool Ray, South Carolina Stingrays
C.C., Roper St. Francis Hospital
Clyde the Cougar, College of Charleston
Good Neighbear, Tony Pope State Farm
Owlbert, Charleston County Public Library
Bandit, Charleston County Parks
Charlie, Charleston Riverdogs
Spike T. Bulldog, The Citadel
2. Grab a bite! Food vendors and food trucks will be on-site including:
Nothing Bundt Cakes
Pizza A Modo Mio
The Motley Chew
3. Make important (re)connections between businesses and customers
4. Free admission and free parking
5. Get a $20 e-gift card when you donate to The Blood Connection
“The MPCC Business and Community Expo Committee is excited to announce our 12th Annual Expo to be held at Omar Shrine Center in Mount Pleasant, SC on Thursday, September 22, 2022,” says Ben Knight, MPCC Board Member and Expo Committee Chair. “Coming out of the COVID restraints in 2020, we were excited to see the level of participation by both vendors and attendees last year, as people were eager once again to conduct business in-person. This year, we expect an even higher level of participation. Not only will we have over 90 vendors inside Omar Shrine Center, but we are also creating outdoor booth space for vendors who may be somewhat constrained by limited space inside to participate (e.g.; boat dealers, landscape companies, golf cart vendors, etc.).”
He continues, “in addition, we will have outside vendors and Food Trucks positioned in front of Omar Shrine Center so people can help our community, get some great food and see a lot of fantastic vendors. Speaking of vendors, this is a great opportunity to reach over 1,200 attendees. If you are a business owner and would like to expand your market share or connect with business and community movers and shakers, the MPCC 2022 Business and Community Expo is the place to be!”
For more information about sponsorship, becoming a vendor, food vendor, or food truck, please visit http://mountpleasantexpo.com.
WHEN: Thursday, September 22, 2022 | 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
WHAT: 12th Annual Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce Business & Community Expo
WHERE: Omar Shrine Center, 176 Patriots Point Road, Mount Pleasant, S.C. 29464
Since 1992, the Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce has been bringing together business leaders throughout the Mount Pleasant community for mutually beneficial purposes. The membership is a mix of professions from various industries, including advertising and publishing, financial services, health care, retail, insurance, legal, and service businesses of every description. The mission is to encourage business and community success East of the Cooper.
SCBIZtv is part of the SC Biz News family, serving 100,000 high-level business execs throughout South Carolina. Click for more from SCBIZtv.