FYPColumbia Initiative Aims to Connect Midlands Residents with Local Organizations, Nonprofits & Small Businesses

FREE registration now open for event to be held on November 16

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(Columbia, SC) –Registration is now open for FYPColumbia (Find Your Place Columbia), a citywide event connecting local organizations, nonprofits and small businesses in Columbia, South Carolina, with the Midlands residents. FYPColumbia will be held on Thursday, November 16 from 4:00 PM – 8:30 PM at the Boyd Horicultural Center at Hampton-Preston Mansion, 1615 Blanding Street. Event is FREE and open to the public, but registration is required. Must be ages 21+ to attend. Beer/wine tickets available for purchase at $5.00 per beverage.

“FYPColumbia is not just an event; it’s a celebration of community spirit and shared commitment. This event will help Midlands residents learn about social, service, professional, cultural, and volunteer organizations and small businesses in the area,” said Khali Gallman, event organizer. “Staying rooted in your community means getting involved, and there are plenty of ways to get involved in Columbia. As we open registration, we invite organizations and businesses to join us in making a lasting impact. We also invite area residents to discover new possibilities, forge meaningful connections, and essentially find your place in building a stronger, more vibrant Columbia.”

Exhibitor Registration Details:

·       Non-Profits: $50.00

·       Businesses: $75.00

Current exhibitors include: Benedict College, The Cheer Lender, Cola Rose Shower, Columbia Opportunity Resource (COR), Epitome of Real Estate, Soda City Certified App, Premier Legacy Final Expense Solutions, United Way of the Midlands | Women in Philanthropy, and Central South Carolina Habitat for Humanity.

FYPColumbia is FREE and open to the public but registration is required. Visit https://2023FYPColumbia.eventbrite.com to register. Space is limited.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Visit  www.fypcolumbia.org/sponsorship for more details. For more information, sponsorship opportunities or media inquiries, please visit www.fypcolumbia.org or call 803.922.5310.

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