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NORTH LIMA, Ohio — An event in North Lima on Saturday helped promote businesses throughout the area.
The North Lima Business Complex held its second Annual Business and Community Expo. The event aimed to showcase small businesses in North Lima and neighboring communities. The expo included businesses specializing in everything from one-of-a-kind jewelry, crafts and antiques.
There are more than 30 businesses and organizations in the complex.
“We’re going to be opening a storefront up on the second floor. And, this seemed like the logical way to get acquainted with the building and all the people in it,” said Carl Phillips, Vendor, CarMichael Inc.
The event also included a Chinese auction. All of the proceeds from the auction will go to the Big Reach Center of Hope in Greenford to help families in need.