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Pleasanton Chamber holding Spring Business Tradeshow tonight

35 vendors will feature their businesses, services at event open to public

The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce's Spring Business Tradeshow and Mixer will be held from 5-7 p.m. today at the Ruby Hill Golf Club.

The event is open to the public for a general admission fee of $12 is due at the entrance that includes two drink tickets.

This marks the second spring in a row Ruby Hill is hosting the tradeshow mixer, which the chamber partners with Amos Productions, Classic Party Rentals and Working Man Brewery.

The Chamber's Tradeshow Mixers, held two times a year, generally attract more than 200 people and are traditionally the biggest events of the year for the chamber.

Along with other vendors, Amos Productions, will showcase its new open-air photo booth. Attendees also are welcome to take advantage of Proshred's services at the event as they'll shred up to four boxes of documents in a truck in the golf club's parking lot.

Other exhibitors at the event include 1st United Services Credit Union, AA Office Equipment Co Inc., Agape Villages Foster Family Agency, Alameda County Fair Association, Amos Productions, Axia Home Loans, Baird Orthodontics, Boisset Wine Living - Elizabeth J. Regan, Corner Bakery and Costco Wholesale.

Also at the event will be Creative Energy, Electro Imaging Systems, Future Vision Optometry, Golden Benchmark Insurances Services, Hacienda, Hacienda Child Development Center, Hengda Filter Press & Plates, Hope Hospice, Intero Chiropractic, Isings Culligan Water, J. Rockcliff Realtors and JHilburn.

Other exhibitors will include John Muir Health, Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority WHEELS, Mirador Capital Partners, New Leaf Community Markets, Nuskin - Pharmanex, Pleasanton Ridge Dental Group, Pleasanton Unified School District, Ray Morgan Company, Studio Blue Reprographics, Sunol Creek Memory Care, Tutu School, UNCLE Credit Union, USF and Y.A. Tittle Insurance.

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