These are just a few of the things available at Expos, Home Shows and Trade Shows. Most are free or very low cost to attend. They are great ways to learn about services and providers you might need. You can also compare agencies.
Discover what’s available in your area. Search out the booths with recreation, travel, insurance, fitness, Senior Centers and more. You can make a list at home and then go to an expo and talk with providers about what you need and how they can help you and your family. You can get the answers. And if the person you are talking with doesn’t have the information or service you are looking for, they can probably point out a booth that can help you.
Start watching for and listening for the upcoming Expos, Home Shows and Trade Shows. Generally, they are start in the spring and end in the fall. Check Area Agencies on Aging, Senior Centers and area housing units. Some might be hosted by major companies for their retirees. Plan on attending yearly for a few years. You can never learn everything at just one. Plus, you’re adapt to meet up with folks you know and have a few friendly chats as well.
AND if you are a business then you want to be a vendor! Your company needs to always be growing and teaching. Expos, Home Shows and Trade Shows are great ways to meet lots of people. If you want to be a part of the health screening let the organizer know. The same with presentations and demonstrations. Your company could be a great addition! It is an excellent way to grow those new costumers. Plus, it puts a face to your business.
Get out there and be seen. Stand up at your booth. It makes you more approachable. Give meaningful items. Engage with the folks passing by. You never know where any connection or contact might lead. Let other vendors know what you do and who your company is. Grow connections. Build relationships. And whatever you do stay off your phone!
And hey make sure you stop by the SeniorCenterCt.org table and say Hi! Be sure to tell us you read about us here!
Round trip Motor coach transportation
Delicious plated meal at the Log Cabin, Holyoke, MA
Matinee Show “Legends of Country Music”
Meal Taxes and Gratuities
Hors D’ Oeuvre’s
Fresh Garden Salad
Harvest Chicken and Baked Scrod
Chef’s choice potato & Vegetables
Leaving from: Preston Veterans Memorial School
Fee: $25.00 Resident/ $35.00 Non-Resident
Location: 5 Watson Road, Preston, CT 06365
Phone Number: 860-885-1000
Fee: $31.00 Resident/ $41 Non-Resident
Time: 5:00pm- 6:00pm
Cost: $50.00 (7 week session)
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