Stateline Business Expo highlighted area businesses and organizations

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Lily and AJ had a good time playing in the bounce house, one of the attractions specifically for children at the Stateline Business Expo last weekend.

The premier area business expo hosted by Stateline Chamber of Commerce was held in the Hononegah Field House after a two-year hiatus, after being cancelled in 2020 and 2021. Approximately 50 booths were set up on the gymnasium floor and featured local and area businesses and organizations.

Savor BBQ, a local food truck business, was parked outside the fieldhouse doors offering tacos, BBQ and other tempting dishes. Music and tumbling acts by local gymnastic academies were featured in the performance area. While mom and dad checked out the business booths, the kids climbed on the bounce house and played basketball.

Roscoe VFW Post 2955 members (L to R) Ross Stenberg, Ruben Hernandez, Gary Holmes and Maurie Buffo greeted visitors at the Stateline Business Expo, Saturday, March 26, and Sunday, March 27. The veterans were there to answer questions and promote Post 2955.

Emily practiced her free-throws during the Stateline Business Expo while her dad checked out the business booths.

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Photo: Stateline Chamber of Commerce
Photo: Stateline Chamber of Commerce
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Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
Photo: Marianne Mueller
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