The Spring Expo brought two dozen businesses and even more people to the Hillcrest Hotel on Sunday for a trade show designed to showcase local businesses — both home-based and storefront. There was everything from home spas to massage therapy to investment advice to Cooper’s Food on hand. Amy Flexman (top left) was there to promote her company Flexpeditions

Photo: At the Spring Expo

The Spring Expo brought two dozen businesses and even more people to the Hillcrest Hotel on Sunday

The Spring Expo brought two dozen businesses and even more people to the Hillcrest Hotel on Sunday for a trade show designed to showcase local businesses — both home-based and storefront. There was everything from home spas to massage therapy to investment advice to Cooper’s Food on hand. Amy Flexman (top left) was there to promote her company Flexpeditions, which will be offering several outdoor adventure camps for youth this summer. For more, visit www.flexpeditions.com. Jacqui Palmer (top right) was also there to sell her pottery, which can be found at ArtFirst! and the Revelstoke Museum & Archives.

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