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Fun day for children of all ages

From The Publisher

The Madison Chamber of Commerce is throwing another family-friendly party.

The Business Expo & Kids Day is one of the most anticipated Chamber events each year. Thousands of participants flood the Hogan Family YMCA in Madison to enjoy kids activities and more than 60 vendor booths.

Many of the Madison Chamber of Commerce members will be showcasing their products and services to our community.

This year’s family fun is scheduled on Saturday, July 25.

The best part of this celebration is it’s free to the public.

Free hot dogs will also be served to all attendees while supplies last.

Most importantly, free children’s activities will be offered all day. Activities include face-painting, balloons, live music and tours of the Madison fire truck.

The theme this year is Superheroes, and the Madison Chamber of Commerce is encouraging participants to dress in costume.

This is a wonderful way to spend a Saturday with the family and to learn more about Madison’s thriving business community.

Madison Mayor Troy Trulock will also be in attendance for folks to meet and greet.

Come join the fun and help support our Madison Chamber of Commerce businesses during this special event.  This year is set up to be another tremendous success.

For additional information regarding the Business Expo & Kids Day, please contact the Madison Chamber of Commerce at 256-325-8317.

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