Women's Expo grand prize winner, Girl's Day Out | Business
The following is a press release from the Pine Belt Women's Expo:
On July 28 one lucky lady left the Pine Belt Women’s Expo as the winner of the Grand Prize Giveaway! On Sept. 18 she will redeem her prize, courtesy of some local businesses.
On Thursday afternoon, René Ballard and 9 of her friends will be whisked away in the Keith’s Superstores Hummer Limousine where they will first be taken out west to The Studio Aveda where they will be pampered and taken care of by the fantastic staff there. Then they will get back in the limo and head downtown for a wonderful dinner for 10 at Brownstones.
This was one of the $10,000 plus in prizes that was given away at the 2nd annual Pine Belt Women’s Expo in July. Next year’s event will take place in August and will include even more prizes!
The Pine Belt Women’s Expo is an annual event that celebrates women in the Pine Belt. The event features informational booths, seminars, food, childcare, shopping, and amazing giveaways. This event is produced by Emerge Events, a local event planning company that creates exceptional events and works with businesses and nonprofits on their event planning needs.
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