Hosted by the Greater Cheraw Chamber of Commerce and Town of Cheraw, the Expo will last from 1-6 p.m. Wednesday and 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Thursday.
Some of the local businesses and industries on display will be in the fields of communication, home furnishings, financial services, transportation, home improvements, medical services, business services, employment, education, utilities, industries and recreation.
Those already registered for booths are B.C. Moore & Sons, Bell South, Carolina Bank, Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center, the Cheraw Chronicle, the Cheraw Fire and Police departments, Cheraw Pediatrics, Cheraw Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Cheraw Yarn Mills, the Chesterfield County Board of Disabilities, the Chesterfield County Coordinating Council, the Chesterfield County Economic Development Corporation, Chesterfield General Hospital, Curves for Women, Employment Staffing, Faith Christian Academy, Ferrigno Family Chiropractic, First Citizens Bank and Trust, Founders Federal Credit Union, Harris Printing Co., Highland Industries, INA USA, Jackson Oil Company, Jones Furniture Mart, Kaeser and Blair, Landscape Carolina, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Michael and Associates Real Estate, Northeastern Technical College, Norton Industrial Service, P&H Pharmacy, Palmetto Brick, Parker Exterminating, Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority, Pee Dee Workforce Investment Board, Sentry Bank and Trust, Sharecroppers Restaurant, Sonic Drive-In, Wachovia Bank, Wannamaker's Drug Store, and Window Works.
For more information about the 2004 Business/Industry Expo, contact the Greater Cheraw Chamber of Commerce, 537-7681.