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r The Home and Family Expo which has been benefiting businesses and citizens for two decades through the efforts of the Daily Herald and Ron and Karen Payne, longtime residents of Spanish Fork.

Each year the expo reaches its goal of having something for everyone. With the theme “Home and Family” the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds come to life for two solid days of information, products, services, special deals, and prize giveaways.

“Spring is a fertile time to cultivate new opportunities and the perfect time to promote the good life we enjoy here in Utah Valley. It’s a time of renewal, of planning and becoming”, says Ron Payne.

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This spring the Good Life Expo will feature a wide array of vendors in its marketing extravaganza. Those attending will find vendors for technology, home, hobbies, arts and crafts, health, education, preparedness, business opportunities, nutrition, outdoor recreation and the list goes on.

States Ron Payne, “The business community has found the value of The Expo with being able to see more people in two days than they would have in their business in two months. Moreover, a business owner can have a face to face with a potential customer, interact with them and begin the all-important process of building relationships, establishing trust, and creating sales. The citizens who attend have the advantage of getting questions answered from multiple businesses and organizations in a short period of time and in one location not to mention being able to take advantage of big discounts on products and services plus a chance to win a prize each hour.”

Each year space in donated for community organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, The American Red Cross, Utah County Health Department, The Spanish Fork Area Chamber of Commerce, plus others to share their message of interest with the residents they serve.

There is still limited vendor booth space available for the Spring Home and Family Expo, April 13 and 14 at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds. The expo will run from Noon to 8 p.m.  Friday the 17 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday the 18. For more information contact Ron Payne at 801-372-3300 or Craig Conover at 801-420-1289. Check out www.homeandfamilyexpo.org and facebook.com/homeandfamilyexpo.org

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