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May 4, 2006

Albany-- Albany businesses showed off their goods and services hoping to get some new contacts and revenue along the way.

About 80 businesses set up at the Albany Civic Center for the 4th annual Business Showcase. Owners network with each other and let potential customers know what they have to offer.

Organizers say it shows the diversity of Albany's business community.

"I think it's the perfect example of the pride people have in their businesses and the robust economy we're beginning to experience again," says Chamber of Commerce President Tim Martin.

"It's very beneficial as far as networking goes with other local business owners and also it's very good for the public to come in and see what Albany has to offer," says Michelle of Custom Interiors.

The showcase displayed all types of businesses from banking to restaurants.

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