The expo, which took place from
The expo featured rows of booths for various companies and agencies, from health care and insurance providers to exercise and home healthcare businesses. In addition to health care and wellness booths set up, a number of vendors from various businesses were also in attendance. Yoga and Zumba demonstrations also took place, provided by local instructors, while the
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Fletcher said they typically try and focus on showcasing different departments and services when they set up each year.
"We generally focus on either new services or services we're trying to promote within our clinic," Fletcher said. "Sometimes we have new providers, or, like this year, we have a new physical therapy building."
In addition to the health care booths set up, a number of vendors attended the expo as well.
"It's just getting our name out there because we're a new business and we want people to know that we're there," Preciado said.
The business having been around for about two years, Preciado said this was their first time setting up a pop-up booth anywhere.
"We figured we'd try it out and see if it's something that works, and see if it's something we might possibly want to do," Preciado said.
In their booth,
"We have the full range of therapy services," Dalton said. "We have a lot of services for kids in pediatrics and the clinic, the
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