Marysville Tulalip Chamber Business After Hours fair at Ablemark Corp.

What: Marysville Tulalip Chamber Business After Hours fair at Ablemark Corp.

When: 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, July 14

Where: Ablemark Corp., 1239 State Ave., Marysville

Cost: $5

More info: To sign up, call 360-659-7700 or email cyd@marysvilletulalipchamber.com.

Don’t miss the Business After Hours fair at Ablemark Corp. Current exhibitors include Staples, Personal Touch Pet Parlor, Clock Tower, Seattle Barter Exchange, Craftmart, Mosaic Insurance, GoSmallBiz, McKeon Financial and Everett Community College’s Small Business Accelerator Program.

This event is the perfect marketing opportunity for any business large or small. The first 100 people to preregister will receive a free T-shirt professionally designed by an Ablemark artist. Several raffle items will be donated. Call Carmen at 360-657-3223 if you would like to donate a raffle item or reserve booth space. Only a few spots remain. Raffle donors receive mic time. There will be games to play which increase the number of business cards you may enter for the raffle. There will also be a vendor signature list that each raffle entrant needs to have completed in order to be eligible for the drawing.

The entry fee includes all the networking opportunities plus a barbecue with hotdogs and hamburgers, chips, soda and desert as well as the T-shirt with the “Marysville Rocks” design.

Ablemark Corp. is a small, locally owned and operated T-shirt and sign shop in Marysville. They have customers from Marysville, Lake Stevens, Everett, Snohomish, Granite Falls, Arlington, Mukilteo, Mill Creek, Stanwood, Lynnwood and throughout the Northwest, Washington and the nation. They specialize in high-end, screen-printed garments.

Tours of the production facility will be available. Check out their website www.ablemark.com and their robot that does the screenprinting!

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