Booths set to operate today for this year's Showcase Seguin; Trade show free this afternoon, tickets required for tonight's party
Posted on 2/18/2016 7:20:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Today is the day for the annual Showcase Seguin and tonight's Show Me the Money Party. The party will help wrap up another trade show event for the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce. Showcase Seguin today will feature a number of business exhibitors at the Seguin Coliseum. There is no cost to visit the vendors from noon to 4 p.m. However, $25 tickets are required for the signature wrap up party scheduled from 5 to 8 p.m.
Wendy Moore, a member of the Showcase Seguin committee, says this year's theme is "Get in the Game." She says tickets to tonight's event are especially important and are encouraged to be purchased as soon as possible.
"We do prefer that people try to buy those tickets in advance because we, of course, need to make sure that we have plenty of food to go around for everybody and we need a good head count so we know what we need to expect as far as prizes and what not," said Moore.
Moore says each ticket includes plenty of food, fun and entertainment.
"That's going to include an open bar, all-you-can-eat Hors o’devours as well, a live band -- Tin Roof is going to again be playing for us this year and we are just super super excited about that. That also gives you the opportunity to roll those dice and win that car from Seguin Chevrolet and you will also be entered into multiple door prize drawings as well as the big money -- Show Me the Money Prizes," said Moore.
Moore says the chamber is especially excited about the Show Me the Money prizes. She says some real hard cold cash will be offered throughout the night.
"We have multiple cash prizes. I'm really excited to say. We have four, I believe, $100 cash prizes. We have two $200 cash prizes, a $500 cash prize and a $1,000 cash prize," said Moore.
Tickets can be purchased now at the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce office located at 116 N. Camp St. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for tonight's Showcase party.
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