3rd Annual What Women Want Expo

Make it a Mother’s Day Weekend to remember when you pamper yourself and Mom at the 3rd Annual What Women’s Want Expo!

What Women Want Expo
Parke Regency Hotel & Conference Center
Saturday, May 7th
9:00am – 2:00pm

Join us for a day of fun including shopping local businesses, supporting local non-profits, getting pampered, raffle drawings and more. Bring mom, or your girl friends, for a day of pampering while you learn more about self care and meet other women in our community!

Click here to buy your tickets online and use code RADIO at checkout to save 20%

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