Showcase Seguin set for Thursday in the Coliseum
Posted on 2/16/2016 7:56:00 AM.
(Seguin) – It's “Game On” for the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce. Tickets for the evening portion of this year's Showcase Seguin trade show are now on sale. “Game On” is the theme of this year's event scheduled for Thursday, at the Seguin Coliseum.
Wendy Moore, a member of the Showcase Seguin committee, says the day will include exhibitors, door prizes and a silent auction.
"We pretty much have all the booth spaces already filled up, so that's exciting. Different exhibitors coming in, we'll have free food, alcohol and money to give away from five to eight. Tickets are $25, but it is open the public from 12 to four and that's free," said Moore.
There is no cost to visit the vendors from noon to 4 p.m. Tickets, however, will be required for that day's Show Me The Money Party from 5 to 8 p.m.
Kendy Gravett, the president of the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce, says vendors plus participants will have plenty of fun with this year's theme of Get in the Game.
"Theme this year is 'Get in the Game'. So you know that's going to be tons of fun with all the booths decorated and who knows what kind of games. There's going to be games going on during the day as well," said Gravett.
Gravett says of course Seguin's own board game Seguinolopy will also be in action that day.
"It is going to be so much fun. I think it's going to be kind of like a cake walk, but it's going Seguinopoly walk. So wherever you're standing when the buzzard goes off or however they're going to give away prizes all during the day and night. There's going to be some kind of Jeopardy kind of game. Where they're going to ask questions about the booths. So definitely you need to be going around and finding out information at each booth so that you can win a prize that way," said Gravett.
The Show Me the Money Party includes exhibitors, games, food, drinks, and a cash grand prize drawing. Tickets to the evening party are $25 each. Tickets can be purchased now at the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce office located at 116 N. Camp St.
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