Borough hosts business expo

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From left, state Rep. Rosa Rebimbas (R-70), Naugatuck Mayor Bob Mezzo, Executive Director of United Way of Naugatuck and Beason Falls Lisa Shappy, and Yvette Wilmot of Sarracco Mechanical Services, Inc., pose for a picture during 2nd Annual Naugatuck Business to Business Expo Oct. 17 at Pennsylvania Steel Company in Naugatuck.-CONTRIBUTED

NAUGATUCK — The borough hosted its 2nd Annual Naugatuck Business to Business Expo last Wednesday.

Among the visitors to the expo was State Rep. Rosa Rebimbas (R-70). The annual event aimed at showcasing the services and products of Naugatuck’s manufacturing companies to other local businesses. Thirty Naugatuck companies and over 75 people attended the expo, which was held at Pennsylvania Steel Company and hosted by the Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation, according to a release issued by Rebimbas’ office.

“Helping local businesses form closer ties is an important part of growing Naugatuck’s economy,” said Rebimbas in the release. “I am pleased that so many businesses participated in this worthwhile event, and that the connections they are establishing will lead to a more prosperous manufacturing sector in our community.”

For more information on business grants, incentives and programs, visit www.ct.gov/ecd/, www.RepRebimbas.com, or www.naugatuckedc.com.