Time to start thinking Focus on Trade

Carter Haydu
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Caronport’s Angela Osiowy, right, looks at a necklace Fifth Avenue Collection’s Maureen Sullivan is showing her during Focus on Trade in the Moose Jaw Exhibitions Grounds on Saturday, April 17, 2010. Carter Haydu photograph


From health food products to fudge, contractor services to home and garden supplies, vehicles to college information — this year’s Focus on Trade will carry a variety of products and services to meet just about anyone’s tastes, needs and interests.

Event chairman Mike Gerbrandt said the annual spring tradeshow, held at Moose Jaw Exhibition Centre April 9-10, is an opportunity for people to look at a variety of businesses and organizations from Moose Jaw and area, many of which will have a focus pertinent to such seasonal activities as gardening and home renovations.

However, Gerbrandt said the over 100 booths at the event can cover any variety of topics and anyone is welcome to rent space for whatever reason.

“There’s no criteria,” he said. “You can put whatever you want in your booth.”


Of the approximately 100 booths available for Focus on Trade, Gerbrandt said organizers have rented out about 70.

For more on this story, read an upcoming edition of the Times-Herald.

Organizations: Moose Jaw Exhibition Centre, Times-Herald

Geographic location: Moose Jaw

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