Members of the Chamber of Commerce can take advantage of early bird discounts for booths at the 2023 Home and Lifestyle Show after registration opens on January 9.
Throughout January, members of the Chamber of Commerce who register for the show will receive a significant discount on registration fees.
Marilyne Aalhus, executive director of the Airdrie Chamber of Commerce, said that just one week after registration opened, the Home and Lifestyle Show was able to sell about 25 percent of its booth space.
“In less than a week, we’re already a quarter of the show booked. We hope the momentum continues,” said Aarhus.
“With about 50 booths already in use, it’s an exciting start to the show. I think this year will be a really exciting comeback for the event,” she said.
The event offers new opportunities for small home businesses through the Maker’s Market. About 20 booths are dedicated to small vendors selling handcrafted goods, and businesses can sign up as members and take advantage of early bird discounts to secure booths for as low as $225, Aalhus said. … apparently …
“This is a trend we see a lot in the community. There are a lot of home businesses, and the growth in the home sector has been tremendous over the last few years,” Aalhus said.
“This is something we hope to bring in a new type of vendor – small home businesses. We hope it will be fun and interactive for attendees to come and experience,” she said. rice field.
“We wanted to be inclusive and allow home-based businesses to participate in the main event. We decided to expand this show with a booth of size.
The biggest discounts are available throughout January, but Aalhus said members of the Chamber of Commerce can take advantage of preferential rates in the months leading up to the show.
Last year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event wasn’t able to fill all vendor booths, but positive registrations so far indicate it’s likely to sell out this year. .
Thousands of attendees stopped by Genesis Place for the show last year, even though there was no full registration.
Entertainment for the show is still in demand and we are looking for event sponsors.
Interested sponsors can contact email@example.com to discuss appropriate packages to meet their needs. Aalhus said it is combined with the opportunity to showcase the business.
“We still have sponsorships available at Maker’s Market, and we are also looking for people to help with early arrival tickets,” she said.
“Every day of the show, we want to give away free tickets to the first people to arrive, so we need a sponsor to do that.
The Home and Lifestyle Show will take place April 29th and 30th at Genesis Place. Chamber members and non-members can register at the booth, but only members can secure registration for her early January.
Registration information and updates on event entertainment can be found at airdriechamber.ab.ca/airdrie-home-and-lifestyle-show.