White County Business Gets Good Response
By: Leon Castles
on Friday, May 18, 2012
Cleveland has always been known for the business exhibitions and promotions that they organized and the 2012 White County Business Showcase was the recent one. The 2012 White County Business Showcase which was held at the Yonah Bowl and Skate has received a good response from various small business owners and people who are interested in opening up their own business. White County Chamber of Commerce President, Melissa Leitzsey said that they had a good crowd for at least five hours which was great sight to see.
She also said that the showcase had more than 60 exhibitors and they all were selling different products and services. She also thanked the community for such a good turnout and said that the number of people that came up at the showcase shows that there are many small business owners interested in opening up their business and buyers as well who are interested in buying local products and services. Michelle Shook, AVP and Branch Manager of Community Bank and Trust in Cleveland said that she saw overwhelming response from the crowd mainly because people are curious to see new businesses and new products that are available. This also offers an opportunity for local businesses to showcase their new products and services to get a kick start that they need.