08/08/2012 (press release: rquinter) // Brookeville, Maryland, USA // Robyn Quinter
The Olney Chamber of Commerce announces that registration will open on Friday, Aug. 10 for its 33rd Annual Community Night on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Businesses, agencies and non-profit organizations interested in exhibiting at the oldest business expo in Montgomery County may submit their registrations online, by fax or by mail.
Community Night, the oldest business expo in Montgomery County, is scheduled for 5 to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 3 at Longwood Community Center, 19300 Georgia Ave., Brookeville, 1.5 miles north of Route 108. Admission is free.
Community Night features a business expo of 100+ displays and the Taste of Olney where the area’s premier restaurants present their tasty offerings.
“The extraordinary level of support from the Olney area makes the Chamber’s Community Night an outstanding venue for companies and organizations to reach consumers and other businesses in this affluent market,” says Robyn Quinter, event co-chair. “B-2-B or B-2-C, there are great marketing opportunities.” Event attendance has grown significantly in the past few years. Last year, Maryland-National Capital Park Police estimated a record 3,200 residents enjoyed delicious food, displays and exhibitis, raffles, door prixes, silent auction and children’s activities
This year’s Community Night will be a collection site for food and financial donations to help re-stock the shelves of Olney Help, a local food pantry. Attendees are asked to bring donations of canned goods and shelf-stable foods, such as powdered milk, rice, pasta and cereal. For more than 40 years, Olney Help has provided food and emergency assistance to local families and individuals.
For more information, contact the Olney Chamber at 301-774-7117 or [email protected]
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