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Press Release: The Everything Expo Returns for Second Year

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February 28, 2024



Contact: Johnny Burnham, Vice President, Central CT Chambers of Commerce

Email:     Phone: (860) 584-4724


BRISTOL — February 28, 2024 — The Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce is bringing its annual Health Fair, Business Expo and Career Fair together, once again combining them into one, convenient, all-inclusive event, allowing the public to come explore all their options on a single day as The Everything Expo returns for a second year on Thursday, March 21st.

The Everything Expo takes place at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 42 Century Drive, Bristol from 2-7pm. The event is free for the public to attend. Attendees will also have a chance to talk with professionals from a number of industries, grab some free swag and win some great raffle prizes from vendors.

“We are so excited for this event. The list of vendors who have signed up to be there really covers all facets – from health care to financial services and travel and leisure to home repair, you’ll find it all at the Expo,” Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce President & CEO Katie D’Agostino said. “We absolutely love being able to offer up an opportunity for the public to come and explore their health options, business services or job opportunities and at the same time also showcase the amazing business we have here in the region.”

Vendors have the ability to talk about services and/or job openings at The Everything Expo, allowing the public to get to know more about the business itself as well as potential career opportunities.

“The great thing about this for vendors is that the booth is theirs. You’re not signing up for a specific category. If you’re goal is to try and fill your workforce, go ahead and talk jobs; if you want to talk about your products and services, talk business; if your focus is health, go right ahead and offer screenings; and if you want to mix in all three, by all means do so,” said Chamber Vice President Johnny Burnham. “For the public, to be able to gather information on really everything you’re looking for now in one day, we think is a total win.”

Approximately 75 vendors are expected. Vendors include the likes of BristolWORKS!, Advanced Window Systems, Conquest, The Palace Theater, Prudence Crandall Center, Ahlgren Landscaping, Pinnacle Dental, Keller Williams, Barron Financial Group, Casanova Remodeling, Hartford HealthCare, GoNetspeed, Capture the Concept, Bristol Health, Energy Resources USA, AECOM and Fox 61 to name a few.

Limited vendor opportunities are still available. If interested visit The cost is $250 per booth and includes lunch provided by the DoubleTree.

It is the goal of the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce to assist in making the connections needed to improve the quality of life for area residents and to continue to support business growth. It also strives to make new connections and bring new vitality to the region by encouraging new businesses to grow and expand, and to encourage people to make use of the many options available for education, civic engagement, and cultural enrichment in the region.

The Everything Expo was put together with exactly that in mind.

“This will be a fun day, with something for everyone that we know will be beneficial to both the vendors and the public,” D’Agostino said. “There was a good turnout throughout the day last year, and we’re hopeful for an even better showing this year.”

For more information on the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, visit or call 860-584-4718.



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