Early birds getting ready for the Golden Spring and Lifestyle Show

The Kicking Horse Country Chamber of Commerce Golden Spring Home and Lifestyle Show is already getting many businesses signing up.

The Kicking Horse Country Chamber of Commerce Golden Spring Home and Lifestyle Show is starting to fill up.

The show takes place at the Golden Arena on April 14 and 15, but the booths are already beginning to sell.

“We are expecting 60 to 70 booths at the show this year, and that will depend on the size of booths businesses buy,” said Ruth Hamilton, manager of the Chamber office.

“But we always sell out. Last year we were at capacity.”

In the past, the Chamber has hosted a Women’s Show, and a Green Show. This year they are combining everything under one more general title.

Now people in Golden can head down to the arena, and in one place be able to see exhibitors featuring products and services for life in Golden, home improvement, a healthy lifestyle, a green lifestyle, and just about anything you can think of.

Quite a few early bird exhibitors have already booked their booths. So far the Chamber has reserved space for: Epicure Solutions, The Whistle Stop Outpost, College of the Rockies, Golden Home Hardware, Sunlife Financials – Baljit Rana, Lia Sophie Jewelry, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Monavie, Pampered Chef, Captured in Time Photography, Susan Uswak – RBC Dominion Securities, Wildlands Eco Forestry, Apex Landscaping, Merc Flooring & Paint, Sunlife Financials – Shannon Hood, Fifth Avenue Jewelry, Flying W Trail Rides, The Local Townie Magazine, Mountain Motor Sports, Velvet Antler Pottery, Parky’s Heating & Cooling and Golden Eco Adventure Ranch.

The Chamber is expecting roughly 1,200 people to come and check out the trade show over the two days. Early bird specials are over, but all Chamber members will receive $100 off the cost of their booth.

Exhibit booths are still available. Anyone interested can contact the Chamber office at 344-7125, or info@goldenchamber.bc.ca, or visit the Chamber website at www.goldenchamber.bc.ca.

 

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