CROWDS were exposed to the talents of the Eurobodalla business community on the weekend at the annual Eurobodalla Business Expo.

Warm weather and more exhibitors saw large crowds flock to enjoy the attractions of the Expo. This year, 55 trade exhibitors and 15 community organisations displayed their goods and services with products as diverse as mud bricks, laser instruments, sailing dinghy’s and motorhomes.

Organiser of the event, Paul May said on Saturday night, Business ACT hosted an Expo 2001 cocktail reception, which promoted regional business links with Canberra.

“The reception was attended by exhibitors, sponsors and representatives of local Government and the business communities of the Eurobodalla and the ACT,” Mr May said.

“All agreed this was a very positive development for both Expo and our region,” he said.

The amount of money raised from the weekend is yet to be recorded, but organisers are hoping to top last years amount of $16,000.

Mr May said the weekend featured plenty of fun, food and entertainment with a very successful Young Talent Quest.

The major raffle of a two nights on Sydney Harbour with a harbour cruise was won by Shirley Hanrahan.

“The major $500 prize in the Cadbury Cowpat lottery was won by Julie and Louise from Batemans Bay Furniture and Bedding and the $50 prize was won by Nick Harding of Ma Barkers Pet Emporium.

The organising committee would like to thank the sponsors, individuals and organisations who provided assistance over the weekend and the volunteer workers of the school community who make the Expo possible.

All funds raised from the Expo are spent at Batemans Bay High School for the benefit of the students.

• Sponsors of the Expo included :

Prime Television, Eurobodalla Coast Tourism, The Xerox Shop, Murramarang Resort, Country Comfort, Coachouse Marina Resort, State Forests, Batemans Bay Ice Creamery, Bay Heating and Outdoors, Batehaven Hardware, Pro Art Signs, Bay Rural Supplies, Bay Security Services, Radio 2EC, Bay Pottery and Fudge Shop and Harvey World Travel. Supporters included Batemans Bay Scouting Association, Eurobodalla Shire Council, Business ACT, ABC South East Radio, Jack Wallace, Tim Pakis of Mobile Sawmilling, Apex Batemans Bay, Rotary Batemans Bay, Southern Area Health Service and I.M.B.

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