Claremorris Expo to showcase all that is good in the town

The Claremorris Business and Community Expo 2016 takes place in the Claremorris Town Hall on Friday next, November 11, from 4pm to 9pm and will showcase all that is good in the town. The expo is free to attend and will provide invaluable opportunities for the leading vendors and service providers in the town and their customers to meet and network under one roof.

The Claremorris Expo 2016 takes place in the Town Hall, Claremorris, and the event is part of the Bank of Ireland Enterprise Town programme and will bring local businesses, education, sports, and cultural organisations together in an effort to boost economic activity in the town. The expo is free for exhibitors and free of charge for the public to attend, and will be opened by Mayo stars Donal Vaughan and Keith Higgins. Gavin Duffy of Dragons Den and Padraic Moyles, creative director of Riverdance, are guest speakers for the evening and they will each address topics such as business success, teamwork, motivation, and leadership with all those present.

There will be a number of entertainment and fundraising activities organised around the Claremorris Expo 2016 event. Face painting, a Lego workshop, and Dan the Magician will provide entertainment for the children and there will be a fashion show for the adult visitors. Western Care is the chosen charity and all money raised will be matched up to €1,000 by Bank of Ireland through its ‘Give Together’ charity initiative

The Claremorris Expo 2016 offer exhibitors a great opportunity to demonstrate their products and services to new and existing customers from the local Claremorris community. The expo will provide a platform for businesses to impress current clients and attract new business, get their company logo, products, or services recognised and remembered, gain targeted exposure of products and/or services to other business owners and customers, or display current specials and promotions to a targeted local audience.


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