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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
2004-01-01 13:00:00
Girls, it’s all about you!
Chris Veazey Brown Question: What Can We Expect At Women's Fair 2004?Answer: Women want to feel good, look great, live well, stay healthy & fit and to find ways to manage their busy lives. That's what Women's Fair is all about!The lineup for the Women's Fair 2004 will include a workshop and personal appearance by Frank Bielec, designer and on-air personality for TLC's popular TV show "Trading Spaces." His appearance at the Home Depot booth will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday and is sure to entertain as well as inform. Home Depot will be busy all three days with their "Do It Herself" clinics. Everyone will want to drop by their booth and register to win the "Home Depot Room Makeover". In addition, the sixth annual Fair, Feb. 20-22 at Century II, will showcase more than 275 exhibitors offering health and fitness tips, gourmet cuisine, makeovers, information about education and investments, breast cancer screenings, home-decorating ideas, pet care,  entertainment, hobbies, car maintenance, vacation information -- and shopping galore. More than 100 local and regional merchants will feature an array of unique products geared to women of all ages, including jewelry, cosmetics, clothing, shoes, gift items, organizing gadgets, house wares, home decor, furniture, gourmet foods, health products, children's clothing, office products, even automobiles. Highlights this year include a business workshop presented by Laura Stack, a nationally recognized personal productivity expert; an appearance by Tyler Christopher, who plays Nikolas Cassidine on "General Hospital"; and the KZSN Country Concert with music star Chad Brock, whose latest hit is "She Said Yes." Brock will headline the musical entertainment with a performance on Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. Following his performance, he'll be available to sign autographs. Brock's first big hit was the 1999 "Ordinary Life," followed by "Yes!" and a new version of  "A Country Boy Can Survive" sung with Hank Williams Jr. and George Jones.  Tyler Christopher, a four-year veteran of "General Hospital", has been nominated for a Daytime Emmy. He also has appeared on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "JAG," "The Pretender" and "Charmed." A Native American, he'll host a charity luncheon while in Wichita to benefit Wichita's Keeper of the Plains statue. Native American children will perform on stage prior to Tyler's appearance with Susan Seal performing sign language to "I'm Proud To Be An American".Both men and women are invited to attend Friday afternoon's Business Workshop starting at 1 p.m. In her workshop, sponsored by American Express Financial Planners and B-98 FM, Laura Stack, "The Productivity PRO," will help professionals, managers, staff and business owners "Master Personal Productivity". Participants will learn practical, real-life ways to manage multiple priorities, and balance work and family to be better organized and reduce stress. Laura's high-profile clients include IBM, Mobil Oil, Coca-Cola, VISA, Lockheed Martin and MCI.Women's Fair 2004 hours are: Noon to 8 p.m. Friday, February 20; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, February 21; and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, February 22. Admission is $5 for adults, $4.50 for seniors and $3.50 for children. (Children 5 and under are free) To facilitate parking, a free shuttle will operate from Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. The Women's Fair is produced by Chris Veazey Brown and Deanna Wheeler, two Wichita women who co-founded it six years ago. The show has continued to grow with more than 11,000 attending last year, drawing women from as far away as Goodland, Dodge City, Salina, Kansas City and well into Oklahoma.We hope you will make this a well-deserved day out -- a gift to yourself. You deserve it!
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