The Santa Barbara Region Chamber of Commerce presents its only trade show of the year on Thursday, July 26.
The trade show, "Doing Business in Paradise" will be held at the Cabrillo Arts Pavilion located at 1118 E. Cabrillo Blvd. from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in downtown Santa Barbara.
Forty local chamber member businesses will be on hand to share features and benefits. Local restaurants will treat the public to tastes of favorite menu items; a no host cash bar will be provided by Marmalade Cafe and the Butler Events Center and available for guests to purchase wine and beer by the glass.
The Brazilian Cultural Arts Center will provide music throughout the evening. There also will be a photo booth during the event for guests to enjoy and prizes raffled throughout the evening.
The trade show is free for chamber members and non-members.
Businesses expected at the trade show are: Access Information Management Be Green Packaging Bookkeeping Experts Business First Bank Butler Event Center Canary Hotel Chocolats du CaliBressan Document Systems DocuProducts Corporation Efficiency Coach Fielding Graduate University Impulse Advanced Communication Kaleidoscope Flowers Kama Sutra Closet Marmalade Café Mission Linen Supply Montecito Bank & Trust Nimita's Cuisine Open Air Photobooth Pacific Coast Business Times Paychex Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business Management REC Solar Sansum Clinic Santa Barbara Chamber and Visitor Center Santa Barbara Community Phonebook Santa Barbara Independent Santa Barbara Photo Company Santa Barbara Roasting Company Santa Ynez Valley Hotel Association SCORE Spherion The Brazilian Cultural Arts Center UCSB Extension Villa Santa Barbara Village Properties
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