Mid-Maine Chamber’s premier trade show to be held March 24 in Waterville

Board member Emily Cates and Editor Roland Hallee sit at The Town Line’s booth at the Business-to-Business Showcase in 2019. (photo by Eric Austin)

Central Maine’s largest tradeshow, Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce’s Business to Business Showcase, has been scheduled for March 24, 2022, noon to 6 p.m., at Colby’s Harold Alfond Athletic & Recreation Center.

Reservations for booths at the showcase are available now to Mid-Maine Chamber businesses only. For the most current list of exhibitors, please visit https://midmainechamber.com/cms/business-to-business-showcase. The showcase features over 100 exhibitors, free attendance, and parking, as well as a drawing for a $1,000 cash prize.

“The networking at this event is unparalleled for a one-day event. March is the month that the Showcase had originally been held, pre-COVID, and we are getting back on schedule. If you are looking to get the word out about your business and network with other professionals, the Business-to-Business Showcase is really an unmatched opportunity for our region,” said Kim Lindlof, president & CEO of Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce.

Chairperson of the Showcase Committee, Bruce Harrington added, “We trust that those who found the event a valuable marketing and networking tool for growth will continue to make plans to join us this Spring.”

The Business-to-Business Showcase event is made possible by major sponsors Central Maine Motors Auto Group, Central Maine Growth Council, Colby College, Kennebec Savings Bank, Maine Technology Group and Maine State Credit Union. Other sponsors include Kennebec Valley Community College, Maine DECD, Northern Light Inland Hospital and Skowhegan Savings Bank.

For more information on the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, including how to become a member, call (207) 873-3315 or visit www.midmainechamber.com.


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