Modesto Women’s Expo
Modesto Women’s Expo
I’m Ed Smith, a Modesto auto accident attorney. We all need to incline our ear to those we can truly learn from and be inspired by. This is the weekend to do just that. With more than 20+ bright and talented women speaking on topics ranging from writing to harnessing your energies, you certainly don’t want to miss the Women’s Expo going on this Saturday, October 22, 2016 in Modesto.
What: 2016 Modesto Women’s Expo
When: Saturday, October 22, 2016 – 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: Modesto Centre Plaza, located at 1000 “L” Street, Modesto, California 95354
How: To attend pay $15.00 for your ticket on line at ModestoWomensExpo.com or simply pay at the door (price may be a bit higher).
Why: This is an amazing opportunity for women to come out and meet powerful women in publishing and broadcasting. There will also be opportunities to listen to inspiring speakers who have turned their personal and business dreams into realities through thinking outside of the box and by being their authentic selves. You don’t want to miss this warm group of successful women as they share with you their climb to success and independence in what we typically call a man’s world.
We want to see you there. So go grab your daughter, sister, mother, bestie, business partner or neighbor and come out and be inspired to do what you do best as a woman with new ideas and goals to further you on your journey to independence and success.
There will be excellent opportunities to mingle, shop and have fun with other amazing women in your community and several more from outside our region.
Modesto Auto Accident and Personal Injury Attorney
I’m Ed Smith, a Modesto car accident injury lawyer. If you or a member of your family has been hurt in an automobile collision, please call me at (800) 404-5400 or (209) 227-1931 for fast, free and friendly advice.
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I am the creator of www.AutoAccident.com, the most informational personal injury website in Northern California.
Picture Credit: By Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America (Christina Milian) via Wikimedia Commons