May Rotary Exhibition a showcase for local business

This year’s Rotary Exhibition is the weekend of May 4-6 at the Cariboo Memorial Complex.

This year’s Rotary Exhibition is the weekend of May 4-6 at the Cariboo Memorial Complex.

Here is a great opportunity for business and service organizations to showcase their products and services to Williams Lake and area.

“Sales of booth space are brisk, so reserve your place now so not to miss out on this tremendous opportunity.” says Rotary exhibition chair Mike Austin.

“It was an incredible marketing event for us for a reasonable price,” says Uli Wittal, the lakecity’s M&M Meat Shops owner.

“The exposure it gave us was phenomenal as we were able to connect with so many people one-on-one. We are definitely looking forward to doing it again this year.”

“Once again the Rotary Club of Williams Lake is presenting an excellent opportunity for businesses to display their services, product and concepts at the Rotary Exhibition,” says club president Glen Holling. “We have made a change to the show this year by focusing more on exhibiting products and services and making the setup easier.

“Last year we received many testimonials and ideas from exhibitors that will improve the exhibition for this year. The Rotary Club uses this event to help fund projects that make lives easier in Williams Lake and surrounding areas.

“Over the next year we will be allocating funds toward literacy projects and city public areas. It is only thanks to the support we receive every year from Williams Lake businesses and residents that lets us provide all the work and service we give to our community.”

Exhibitors can reserve a booth space by calling Mike at 250-398-2222 or Cory at 250-398-8100 or e-mail mike.austin@firstbc.com.

Rotary Exhibition 2012 will be Friday, May 4, from 5 to 9 p.m. and Saturday, May 5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, May 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The exhibition is a community service and fundraising event by the Rotary Club of Williams Lake.

 

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

A 100 Mile RCMP officer stands watch at the intersction of Highway 97 and Horse Lake Road. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)
Volunteers, police search Highway 97 for articles related to high-speed chase

Search will stretch from Canco Gas Station in Lac La Hache to 150 Mile House.

An aerial photograph captures snowmobile tracks in the Cameron Ridge area earlier this year, which is closed to snowmobilers. The closures are in place to protect sensitive caribou herds. (Conservation Officer Service photo)
Snowmobilers fined for operating in closed caribou habitat near Likely, B.C.

The investigation revealed they had spent several hours in the closure leaving extensive tracks

The RCMP arrest one of the suspects on Highway 97 courtesy of cell phone footage shot by a bystander. (April Thomas photo)
WATCH: Two suspects arrested after multi-jurisdictional chase

A half dozen police cars were seen heading north on Highway 97

Commercial tenants at the Williams Lake Regional Airport have been granted an additional six-month rent reprieve. (Angie Mindus file photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Continuing rent relief for Williams Lake Airport tenants considered

City council discussed the option during a committee of the whole meeting

The Grade 2 class of 150 Mile House Elementary attended Cariboo Memorial Hospital with teacher Kirsty Bowers to deliver “kindness” bags full of small gifts to housekeeping staff. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
150 Mile House students deliver gift bags showing appreciation for hospital staff

Students begin Monday morning with a bus trip to Cariboo Memorial Hospital

Cannabis bought in British Columbia (Ashley Wadhwani/Black Press Media)
Is it time to start thinking about greener ways to package cannabis?

Packaging suppliers are still figuring eco-friendly and affordable packaging options that fit the mandates of Cannabis Regulations

This poster, spreading misinformation regarding COVID-19 restrictions, has been popping up in communities across Vancouver Island.
Poster popping up on Vancouver Island falsely claims COVID restrictions are over

Unattributed poster claims COVID restrictions ended March 1; Island Health responds

COVID-19 vaccines were available at a site on East Pender in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside Feb. 25. (Twitter/Sarahblyth17)
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside residents offered $5 after getting COVID-19 vaccine

It’s an effort to ‘incentivize people to engage,’ says B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix

</p>
A survey by Statistics Canada finds Black Canadians earn less than non-visible minority Canadians despite having higher levels of education. (The Canadian Press file photo)
COVID-19 worsened unemployment picture for Black Canadians

Black Canadians also more likely to suffer other hardships

On June 23, 2020, Sunrise Rotary announced it will be donating $50,000 in support of the Bridge Youth and Family Services for the construction of the “Okanagan Youth Recovery House” project for young people under the age of 19 who are experiencing addiction. (Contributed)
Interior Health adds 10 youth substance-use treatment beds in the Okanagan

The Bridge Youth and Family Services will operate the beds

(Black Press Media files)
B.C. teacher transferred then suspended after students report feeling ‘scared, nervous’

Authorities found that teacher did not create inviting, respectful environment for students

Victoria’s Swartz Bay terminal. (Black Press Media file photo)
BC Ferries offers cheaper, prepaid fare options

Ferry service preparing for busy terminals when travel restrictions are lifted

FILE - Dolly Parton arrives at the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 10, 2019, in Los Angeles. The Grammy-winning singer, actor and humanitarian posted a video on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, of her singing just before getting her COVID-19 vaccine shot. Parton donated $1 million to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee for coronavirus research. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)
‘Vaccine, vaccine’: Dolly sings ‘Jolene’ rewrite before shot

The Grammy-winning legend turned 75 this year

Most Read