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The Annual ChaMarket Returns

Celebrate spring and the outdoors at the same time you’re making new business contacts. Join us for our Chamber’s annual ChaMarket, previously known as the Chattanooga Business Expo.

This fun, outdoor event encour­ages intentional networking with Chattanooga’s business com­munity. Food vendors and other local businesses will host tables for residents and visitors looking to experience what Chattanooga has to offer.

The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce is hosting this sig­nature event on April 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at First Horizon Pavilion.

All businesses, including Chat­tanooga Chamber members and guests, are welcome. Companies can gain exposure and meet Hamilton County busi­ness members by renting a table at this event. Tables are available from the Chamber for $275. All new Chamber members are offered a discounted table rate of $175.

For questions regarding this event and how to participate, con­tact Melissa Martin, membership services coordinator, Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce via [email protected].

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