PRLog - Feb. 8, 2012 - COSTA MESA, Calif. -- For the ninth consecutive year, Orange County’s Largest Mixer® returns Wednesday, March 21, 2012 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., bringing together thousands of local business people and over 30 local chambers of commerce at The OC Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa 92626.
Orange County Largest Mixer 2012
This year’s Mixer is expected to be larger than ever. Attendees range from a myriad of small businesses to large companies all seeking the opportunity to meet strategic partners, new clients and business leads all in one night.
A $20 admission fee gives attendees the opportunity to view more than 300 exhibitors and network with thousands of local “influentials”
The goal of Orange County's Largest Mixer® IX is to encourage membership in one or several chambers of commerce, allowing businesses to grow based on a wider network of support. The Mixer also provides a chance for businesses to network with one another for mutual support. Businesses and individuals do not have to be affiliated with a chamber to attend the Mixer.
“We’re extremely excited about this year’s Mixer because while the economic market is beginning to look up, our goal is to expedite the process of empowering and informing small and medium sized companies which in turn will drive the opening of new jobs and money into the local economy,” said Dave Linden, Event Producer, Orange County’s Largest Mixer®. “We are proud to report that exhibitor participation is up 25% compared to last year, so we expect a truly profitable and worthwhile experience for the entire Orange County business community.
Businesses interested in purchasing exhibitor space to display their company’s product or service should call (949) 338-8338 or visit www.ocmixer.com.
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The Largest Mixer is an event where professional men and women representing companies of all shapes and sizes, and from all industries, converge for the ultimate business networking experience. The Mixer is a unique opportunity to mix and mingle with local and regional chambers of commerce, membership organizations and associations, and business leaders to explore strategic, synergistic alliances and relationships that stimulate the growth of the local economy. Visit http://www.largestmixer.com.