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Chris Veazey Brown
Chris Veazey Brown and Deanna Wheeler, have over 20 years of combined experience in trade show production. In addition to Chris' strong background in trade show production and project management, she was the Promotions Director for five shopping centers located in Colorado Springs and Denver Colorado giving her valuable insight into retail promotional needs of a myriad of businesses. When she is not working on the Women’s Fair, she produces marketing materials and writes newsletters for several local businesses. Deanna Wheeler's 30 years combined experience in retail management, sales, consumer research, company planning and special event management is the building block for marketing success as a consultant and Women's Fair partner. You may reach Chris and Deanna at (316) 267-5303.
Exhibitor Shows
2003-02-01 15:01:00
What’s new this year?
ANSWER:  This is the Women's Fair's fifth year and it is continuing to grow -- both in number of exhibitors and attendees.  There are all kinds of things you will see new.  The dates are February 21-23, 2003.  The show will include a Women's Business Workshop featuring nationally known business speaker Susan Carnahan. She has appeared on CNN Live as an authority on gender communication and has shared the stage with such professionals as General Colin Powell, Barbara Bush, Barbara Walters, fighter pilot Scott O'Grady and Geraldine Ferraro. The February 21, three hour Workshop will be divided into two sessions: "How To Manage Your Mouth!" and "What's Sex Got To Do With It?" These humorous, content-driven messages will motivate and make long-term, meaningful changes in the professional and daily lives of managers, human resources personnel, sales, medical professionals, business owners administrative assistants, customer service representatives and team leaders. Of course the Fair will still include all of the features that women have come to expect and look forward to, but each year new exhibitors, products and activities are added. My partner, Deanna Wheeler, and I credit our show's unique blend of marketplace shopping, demonstrations, seminars, entertainment and educational opportunities as the reason for its growth and success.Over 300 booths will be staffed by experts on a variety of topics such as careers, retirement planning, investments, health and wellness, home-buying, and a myriad of other topics. Many will also offer mini-workshops.We are fond of saying, "From fun to informative, if it's of interest to women, it's at the Women's Fair", and this year's Fair is brimming with fun things to do and see. Such popular features as fashion and hair shows, cooking demonstrations, make-overs and music groups will be back as will the popular Shopping Marketplace, which features nearly 100 boutiques set up by local and regional retailers. Shoppers will find everything from jewelry, cosmetics, clothes and shoes to floral arrangements, home decor, health products and gourmet food items. It's a unique mix of retailers and service providers you won't find anywhere else under one roof.   Again, this year's Women's Fair is February 21-23 at Century II.
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