“Other MACRoCk highlights include a label expo where bands and record companies can rent tables to sell merchandise and share information and a handful of panel discussions on music industry topics, ranging from self-publishing to a panel where band frontmen share stories from the road.”
“The expo is in harrisburg, PA and I can't wait to go.”
“As China rises as a development model, her great urban expo is an essential component.”
“The overall theme of the expo is urban development.”
“The next expo is planned for March 13-15 in Philadelphia.”
“This year's expo is going feature over 1,200 manufacturers!”
“The expo is going on today and is billed as, "The ultimate girls day out ... plus all day shopping.”
“Their expo is coming up in a couple of weeks, and from the looks of it, I make have to make a trip to Chicago:”
“The expo is open from noon until 5 p.m. on Friday, September 16 and from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, September 17.”
“Debuting at this yearâ€ ™ s expo is a Small Business and Workforce Development Pavilion, which will provide career and college information for todayâ€ ™ s youth and tomorrowâ€ ™ s entrepreneurs.”
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Looking for tweets for expo.