This year marks a decade since Brownstown Township brought one of its most anticipated and growing events to town.
The Brownstown Business Expo and Taste Tour will present the perfect blend of business and pleasure from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on May 25.
The free event will be held in the Brownstown Event Center, 23345 King Road.
This year there will be more than 30 local businesses with giveaways, raffles and valuable information to share.
According to organizers, the Taste Tour portion of the expo will include local eateries giving out tasty samples of their dishes.
The Taste Tour is timed to be in the middle of the expo.
“We found at the past expos that the eateries would be so popular that they would run out of food so we decided to limit their time,” Sue Trussell, director of the DDA, said. “The DDA is so grateful that all our local businesses and restaurants are taking the time out to be part of this event. We missed the past two years and are so anxious to get this going again.
She went on to say the generosity the business community has shown has had an incredible positive impact.
“We are really lucky here in Brownstown to have such loyal businesses,” she said.
The event is expected to draw a significant crowd for the anticipated return of this social event in particular.
Some of the businesses expected to be in attendance are:
Henry Ford Health Center (health screenings)
Beltone Hearing Center
Cycle Trip Studios
Advantage One Credit Union
Community Focus Credit Union
Downriver Jewelry Store
Katie Maldonado Insurance Agency
Two Men and a Truck
Greater Detroit Auto Auction
Woodhaven Brownstown Rotary
Brownstown Police and Fire Departments
Public Service Credit Union
Molnar Funeral Home
Rev’d Up Fun
Law Office of John O. Knappmann
Some of the eateries expected to be in attendance are:
Big Bear Lodge
Fiorelli’s Restaurant Collection
Black Rock Bar & Grill
Chicken Shack of Brownstown
The Grecian Center
A Serendipity Cakery
The Prestige Banquet Hall