The expo gives businesses an opportunity to network and build face to face relationships with community members.
"It really is one stop shopping and there are some businesses, if you're like me, that you're like, 'Geez. I need to stop in there.' You can stop in here and see everybody you've been meaning to stop in and visit," said Chamber President Deb Neuman.
"It's a great opportunity for us at the bank to showcase what our services are and network as well as see what other businesses have in the community," said Tim Kelly, branch manager and assistant vice president for People's United Bank.
People who attended also had the opportunity to taste local food.