Girls' Day Out Expo

2014-11-15 - 2014-11-16
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10x10 Pipe & Drape Booths only $350 6' Tables in table island sections only $74 each Sponsored by: 105.3 The Buzz, Power 93.9 & KEYN

Girls’ Day Out promises to become the premier women’s event in Wichita. We plan to make this an event that women will keep coming back to, 3-4 times a year. How will we do that? First, we’ve partnered with some of the best Wichita has to offer in fashion and beauty. We work with our local boutiques to schedule events that coincide with the changing fashion seasons. Many will be bringing styles fresh from Market directly to our show! We also feature local spas and salons willing to offer their services, from makeovers to facials, massages to styling, to tips and advice to our Girls’ Day Out guests. Next, we add a little fun! Wine tasting with Wyldewood Cellars, and the graceful chassés in the Care to Dance Ballroom add a unique atmosphere to this event. Guests can even take a private lesson right on the spot with one of their professional instructors at $15 for a 30-minute one-on-one session! The Girls’ Day Out Expo offers the most affordable exhibit space of any event of it’s kind and size in the state. With an expected attendance of 4-5K women, this is one of the most cost effective ways to expand your audience and create awareness of your business, brand or product.

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Exhibit Pricing 10x10 Booth - $350 each Call for pricing and availability of spaces 10x30 or larger 6’ Tables - $74.00 each Island end caps require 3 table minimum Electricity - $40.00 Century II will provide 1 power outlet to your area for $40.00 each. Must be ordered and prepaid at least 1 week prior to event.

Future dates
March 28-29, 2015 July 10-11, 2015 November 21-22, 2015

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