Cross-border expo set for Ferndale

Whatcom County cross-border real-estate event scheduled for June 6

Peninsula residents looking to learn about cross-border real-estate investing will have an opportunity to do so next week.

On June 6 in Ferndale, Wash., the first annual British Columbia/Whatcom Country Cross Border Expo is planned.

The event will feature free seminars and a tradeshow featuring more than 50 exhibitors with experience in cross-border business. The expo will be held at the Silver Reef Hotel and Casino in Ferndale, just across the border.

For more information, visit www.crossborderexpo.com

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