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Portage Community & Business Night Moves Outdoors

     The 18th Annual Portage Community & Business Night will look a little different this year: “Bounceback into business.” 
Sponsored By:
Samuelson Insurance Agency
Thursday, July 8, 2021 – 4-7 pm
Founder’s Square Park Portage (outdoors)
Backup location – Woodland Park if inclement weather

     Food Trucks, Beer Garden and entertainment will be Provided. This is a free event open to the community The theme is a casual/laid-back beach theme. Feel free to have games, raffles or door prizes at your booth.
      The Great Portage Chamber of Commerce is committed to the economic health of our community. Through events like the Portage Community and Business Night, we bring business owners together with other businesses and new customers.

     Join us at our 18th Annual Portage Community & Business Night and introduce your business to new customers, network with fellow businesses and meet Portage all over again! Vendors will need to bring their own table and chairs at the 18th Annual Portage Community and Business Night

     The PCBN is one night only, but participation can assist you with building up your business for the entire year. Make the most of the event and connect your business to over 800 people in the Greater Portage Community.

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