by Tianna G. Hansen
Brush off those virtual cobwebs and come out to network with the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce in person at their Home Show & Pet Expo on Saturday, June 19th, from 10:00am until 3:00pm, outside the Oxford Valley Mall in Langhorne.
“We are very excited for this event, the community and businesses involved,” says Minesh Pathak, Executive Director. “Our members are eager to make new connections and grow their business.”
It’s been over a year of social distancing and weathering the pandemic in creative ways, and the LBCCC remains a first-hand witness to all that our community’s businesses have endured.
A priceless resource for Lower Bucks County’s businesses, the Chamber has continued to evolve to maintain connections and sustain our community.
“The Chamber has weathered this turbulent storm and pivoted in a different direction,” says Jude Martin-Cianfano, Director of Events and Membership. “We’re now hybrid!”
LBCCC hosted their first in-person event this April in the form of a ‘Spring Fling Mingle,’ and continue to hold monthly Zoom meetings, which include events such as “Coffee and Connections,” an opportunity to share a virtual cup of coffee while networking.
“We’ve asked our members what they are looking for and what they wanted from us,” says Jude. “We’re all about collaboration and connection to the community.”
The LBCCC is excited to come together for their second in-person event on June 19th, with a focus on home contractors and all things pet-related! They will continue to follow all safety precautions set in place by the CDC and state guidelines.
“We’re the vehicle to bring everyone together,” Jude says. Now more than ever, it’s vital to support our local economy.
The Home Show & Pet Expo will do just that, offering the community a safe way to join together and grow connections the way we have all been yearning to do throughout these long months.
If you are interested in being a vendor at this event, please reach out to the LBCCC today at 215-943-7400. Any member of staff is available to help you, but feel free to ask for Jude or Minesh.
“Good businesses make good communities,” Jude reminds us. It’s our local businesses that provide a backbone to our community; now is the time to support and join together.
Find more info on all the LBCCC has been doing and get involved at lbccc.org.
See you there on June 19th!
PHOTO CAP: LBCCC members at their first in-person event of the year, ‘Spring Fling Mingle’, at Cooper’s Riverview in Trenton, NJ.