Access at Paso Robles Business Expo
New video on web design, SEO, marketing and advertising shown
The team at Access Publishing attended the “Networking Event of the Season” this week. It was annual Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce Business Expo, one of the largest business expos on the Central Coast.
The company was an official exhibitor with booth, for the tenth year in a row. Access Publishing founders Scott and Beth Brennan attended with co-workers Karli Twisselman, Paul Shannon, Paul Baker, Karen Battaglia and Sally Giordano.
“The expo had a fantastic turn out and we made dozens of new contacts,” Scott Brennan says. “Once again the chamber did a great job hosting the event.”
This year Access brought an HDTV flat screen a debuted a new video highlighting our web design, local SEO, internet marketing and print advertising products and service.
The theme for 2013 business expo was “There is No Business Like Your Business”. The event was Tuesday April 23, 2013 from 4pm – 7pm at the Paso Robles Event Center. The Chamber’s Business Expo is a great opportunity to grow relationships, find new vendors, customers and partners.
“The Chamber’s Business Expo has grown to represent a powerful meeting of local businesses representing hundreds of industries and companies in San Luis Obispo County,” said Mike Gibson, President/ CEO of the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce. “Each year, as the event grows, I take pleasure in the fact that we have created a forum for the business community to come together for a productive evening and meet new contacts. That is how we conceived this event: to benefit our members. I think we have succeeded.”
Access Publishing can create a new marketing video for your company – call us at (805) 226-9890.
By Scott Brennan. Connect with him on Google+. Access Publishing, 806 9th Street #2D, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 226-9890.
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