Chamber's Business Expo, Taste of the Terrace Set for March 5

The Greater Temple Terrace Chamber of Commerce presents the 24th annual Business Expo and Taste of the Terrace on Tuesday, March 5.

The Greater Temple Terrace Chamber of Commerce presents the 24th annual Business Expo and Taste of the Terrace on Tuesday, March 5, 3-6 p.m.

The expo will be hosted at the TPepin’s Hospitality Centre, 4121 N. 50th St., Tampa, and is sponsored by the Law Office of Jack L. Townsend, Sr. P.A.

In addition to businesses showcasing their products and services to fellow
business professionals and community members, this year you can also “taste”
the best of Temple Terrace. Local restaurants will be providing tastes from their menus accompanied by samples of Budweiser beer products provided by the TPepin’s Hospitality Centre.

Attendees have a chance to win a Carnival Cruise for two awarded by Cruise Planners and American Express. Tickets are priced at $5 and can be purchased at the door or by calling the Chamber at 813-989-7004.

Leading the business community is the Greater Temple Terrace Chamber of Commerce with its strong and committed membership. The Chamber provides many opportunities to get involved and make a difference for you, your business and your community. If you are not currently a member of this Chamber, we strongly suggest you join us and become part of this dynamic group. For more information, please visit www.templeterracechamber.com.

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