Asian American Expo

January 18, 2013 — Leave a comment

The Asian American Expo first opened its doors in 1987 at the Pasadena Convention Center. At the time, it was called the Chinese American Expo, with 60 exhibitors and the goal of bringing together businesses and consumers. Since then the show is held annually in conjunction with the Lunar New Year Festival. Having gone through a long history filled with enormous challenge and hard work, the Asian American Expo has made a name for itself as the premiere Asian trade show market.

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The Asian American Expo features more than 800 booths in four large exhibition halls showcasing services in financial, insurance, medical, health, foods, telecommunications, banking, and much more. Furthermore the expo boasts three separate food courts and spectacular non-stop performances on six separate stages throughout both show days.

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The mission is to unite and create a local mutual ground where all businesses have an opportunity to tap into the rapidly expanding Asian market. The Asian American Expo will act as a virtual link and two-way dialogue between the booming Asian market and the U.S. marketers – creating an atmosphere of unity and bonding that is both created and shared by the exhibitors and visitors.

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WHAT: Asian American Expo
WHEN: January 19 – 20, 2013 | 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
WHERE:
 Fairplex | Halls 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 | 1101 West McKinley Avenue | Pomona, CA 91768

DETAILS:

  • Adults: $9.00 
  • Seniors: $7.00 (Ages 65 and up)
  • Children: $7.00 (Ages 4 – 12) 

CONTACT INFO: (626) 280-8588

SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook | Twitter | Yelp

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