Businesses gathered for the Somerton’s 4th annual Business Expo and Festival. The Chamber of Commerce brings the community together for this event in hopes of boosting the economy.
Amerifirst Financial mortgage loan officer Tony Ortega says, “In our case we had a few people who stopped by and got a little pre-qualification. We got their names and numbers so eventually they become customers.”
Tents were set up with tables and banners to help promote businesses alongside food vendors and other fun activities.
Jazmin Palafox from Youthbuild said, ” It’s so great. I like it, there’s so much to do and see.”
The Somerton Chamber of Commerce dedicated a portion of the event to presenting the golf tournament scholarship to two lucky recipients.
“I’m very thankful to the Somerton Chamber of Commerce for presenting me with this,” says one scholarship recipient, Minna Hernandez.
Members from the Chamber of Commerce hosted the event getting people involved holding raffles and making their rounds to each tent. People from the San Luis and Yuma communities also showed up to