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Hermes Expo Announces Schedule of Events for April 5, 2016

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Tuesday, April 5, 2016:   25th Hermes Expo International

Where: Concordville Inn – Best Western Conference Center

780 Baltimore Pike, Concordville, PA 19331

Schedule of Events in detail:

8:00 AM – 10:00 AM:  Booth set up by exhibitors and sponsors

10:00 AM – 11:45 AM:  TGS, Theodore G. Spyropoulos Continued Seminar Series:Trade Relations in a Globalized Economy: The Role of the Hermes Expo.

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Welcoming Remarks by: Aris Melissaratos, Dean of the Brown School of Business and Leadership

  • Congressman Patrick Meehan, (R-PA), (Invited)
  • Mario Civera, Chairman Delaware County Council
  • Mark Critz, Rural Development Council, PA Dept. of Agriculture
  • Chrysovalantis Kefalas, US Senate Candidate in Maryland
  • Kathy Kramydas-McGuiness, Lt. Governor Candidate in Delaware
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  • Howard Kyle, Chief of Staff Atlantic County Executive’s Office,
  • Les Vail, President Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce,
  • Iris Kapo, Philadelphia U.S. Export Assistance, US Commercial Service
  • Carol Brooks, Manager International Trade Office of Philadelphia,
  • John Paitakes, Seton Hall University: “The Business & Human side of Growing up in the Diner-Restaurant Business.”

Sponsored by COLONIAL MARBLES (Light Breakfast will be served to the participants)

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM LUNCHEON MAIN SPEAKER: Kostas Kalogeropoulos, President of TKO Hospitality and founder of Dream Come True Foundation

Penn Passport Program, by Joe McKeown, Senior Account Executive, Penn Medicine

Steve Lappas, CBS Sports Network and Stavroula Kotrotsios, Esq. will serve as MC’s

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM: Booth Exhibits of the 25th HERMES EXPO, Networking & B2B meetings

1:00 PM: Grand Opening of the 25th Hermes Expo. Mini presentation @ the entrance of the Grand Ballroom Reception

2:00 PM: Public Presentation by the Hermes Business Committee, Financial Advisors, Estate Planning, Legal Advisors, CPA’s

3:30 PM- 6:00 PM:  Grand Cocktail Reception – Within the Exhibit Area

Sponsored by: DELCO Chamber of Commerce, DELCO News Network, HNA

6:00 PM: Awards Dinner & Entertainment @ the Grand Ballroom, honoring exceptional individuals that have excelled themselves in their field and with their contributions to our society.

Awards Dinner Ceremony 2016 Honorees: Mario Civera, Chairman Delaware County Council, Dr. Lazarus Kirifides, OBGYN, Nikos Papadopoulos, President, Colonial Marbles 40/40,  Kostas Kalogeropoulos, President of TKO Hospitality and Dream Come True Foundation, Kaliope Parthemos, Chief of Staff, Mayor of the City of Baltimore, MD, George Moniodis, Retired School Board Member and St. Agnes Foundation, Asteris Fanikos, Esq., Governor of AHEPA District #5, Dr. Dimitri Pallas, Founder and President of the Foundation for Modern Greek Studies at the University of Michigan, Theodore Tsafatinos, Founder of the Greek American Charter Schools in the US

SPECIAL Presentation of “Pistevo” (5-minute Video) and Awards/Scholarships to Area Students by MAGAF/Hermes Expo

Special Recognition of HANC and AHEPA Honorees

Reserve your Dinner table now by calling 610-202-1972 or 484-843-4984. Tickets are $125 per person or $1,250 table of 10 or $150 at the door. For more information and Booth reservations please contact 484-843-4984 or visit our website at

Entertainment by: Stavros Theodorou & Orchestra


Hermes Expo is a leading trade show that brings together Greek-American and non-Greek-American owned business by providing them with a platform to showcase their products and services.   Annually, Hermes Expo hosts exhibits, panel discussions, and seminars to help businesses grow. The highlight of the day is an Awards Dinner with plenty of networking.


  • Establish new business leads
  • Display your products and services for the world to see and taste
  • Launch and promote a new concept
  • Advertise your business and brand
  • Learn about trends affecting your business
  • Attend professional development seminars
  • Discover technologies, products & services that will help your business grow
  • Network
  • Sharing experiences

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