Summerland hosts regional business show

Summerland will host the Valley Wide Business After Hours event this month.

Tickets and trade show booths are now available for the Valley Wide Business After Hours event May 10 at the Summerland Waterfront Resort and Spa and Local Lounge and Grille in Summerland.

A limited number of tickets and booths are available through each Chamber of Commerce in the Valley.

“This event is very popular and it’s always sold out,” said Summerland Chamber President Arlene Fenrich, “so don’t wait too long to purchase your tickets.”

The Valley Wide Business After Hours runs from 5 to 7:30 p.m. and features a trade show with more than 50 exhibitors as well as appetizers and beverages from local wineries and breweries.

Tickets are $20 each including the appetizers and beverages and must be purchased in advance. Call 250-494-2686 now to book your group.

Book your trade show booth by calling 250-494-2686 and ensure your representation at this well-attended event. Booths measure 10 by 10 feet. Tables are supplied but exhibitors are responsible for their own draping and decoration. Power is not available onsite so if you need power please bring your own. Note that this is an outdoor event.

Set-up is from 2 to 4 p.m.

More information is available from Tanya Graham, Summerland Chamber membership services co-ordinator at 250-494-2686 and


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