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Leading Marketing Solutions hosting virtual Quarantine Business Expo

The Quarantine Business Expo, hosted by Leading Marketing Solutions, is a virtual event that will serve as a platform for businesses to showcase their services and products to an engaged online audience. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, live events are now on hold until further notice, and online events are gaining momentum and offering businesses a new way to reach potential new Clients – and in larger numbers than at most live events. 

Quarantine Business Expo
Quarantine Business Expo

All businesses are invited to participate in this Quarantine Business Expo, and the general registration fee is only $20. Sponsorship opportunities are available as well. This event also has a special twist: all participants are asked to offer a “Quarantine Special” – a special promotion or discount to help our local community during this time of uncertainty. An online prize raffle will also be held, to engage the audience and increase traffic to the event. 

To name just a few of the Exhibitors registered so far, Legacy Insure Consultants, Edward Jones, Modify My Mind, Kids Health Alliance, Young Living Essential Oils, PC Handy Maam, and Gourmet on the Go will be showcasing their services at this Expo.

Exhibitor registration is now open for both event dates, 05/07 at 6pm and 05/19 at 4pm. The Exhibitor Registration Packet can be found here. To learn more and register, visit www.qbexpo2020.com.

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