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Business with a Heart—Trade Show Emporium Supports the Rocky Mountain MS Center
by Heather Hooper
Denver, CO, September 12—In the trade show industry there aren’t many opportunities to help fight life-threatening diseases. That’s why when the Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center called Trade Show Emporium asking for help, the display company was eager to lend a hand.
Trade Show Emporium gladly served as a sponsor for the Rocky Mountain MS Center’s 19th annual gala, “Dancing Through the Decades.” All proceeds from the gala support programs and services provided by the Rocky Mountain MS Center. Guests were treated to a night of legendary music and professional dancing from the 1920s through present day.
The Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center was founded in 1978 and is a nonprofit organization that combines patient care services, support, education and research into one comprehensive program. Its King Adult Day Enrichment Program (KADEP) is a nationally recognized program designed to meet the specialized needs and interest of young adults with MS and other acquired neurological diseases or disabilities. For more information, please visit www.mscenter.org.
Trade Show Emporium provides honest, friendly consulting services to those in need of trade show exhibits, graphics, and accessories. The company is passionate about promoting environmental awareness and is an active member of the Green Merchant Alliance. Trade Show Emporium is located in downtown Denver, just minutes from the Denver Convention Center. For more information, please visit their website.