Mother Nature cooperated on Friday, providing sunny skies and warm temperatures during the 2004 University Place-Fircrest Business Fair.
The annual event provided an opportunity to find out about the surprising array of businesses in Tacomas westside suburban neighbor; make new business contacts, renew acquaintances and network with their peers; and enjoy the astounding Chambers Creek Properties – soon to be the site of the Puget Sounds premier golf course.
The Business Fair ran from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. in the Environmental Services Building at the Chambers Creek Properties at 9850 64th St. W.
The host sponsor was the Pierce Countys Chambers Creek Properties.
Presenting sponsors included Johnson Stone and Pagano, PS; Venture Bank; Gold Sponsors; Columbia Bank; Curves for Women; John L. Scott Real Estate; and Sterling Savings Bank.
Silver sponsors were Affordable 1 Pressure Washing; Floor Covering Express; and Tacoma Musical Playhouse.
Exhibitors included the 28th District Republican Party; Affairs Restaurant; American Community Journal; Axiom Commercial Real Estate; Carlson Wagonlit Travel/Travel Center; Click! Network; Elaine Coomber, Mary Kay Cosmetics; Heartwarming Care; JK Bookkeeping & Tax; JanPro; KeyBank; MIXX 96.1; New York Life; Northwest College; Pierce County Bengals; Pierce County Economic Development/UP Economic Development; Renaissance at Narrows Glen; Serv Pro of West Tacoma; Snuffins Catering; Speedy Glass; True Health & Wellness; UP Library; Vision Care Associates; and Washington Employers, Inc.