Connecticut Expos Launches Women's Health Services Expo

February 24, 2013

Connecticut Expos, producers of several women-oriented events in Connecticut, will launch a new show – the St. Vincent’s Health Services Southern Connecticut Women’s Expo – Sept. 21-22 at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn.

The event is expected to attract thousands of women looking to shop for the latest products and services in fashion, beauty, health, wellness, nutrition, fitness, financial planning, careers, home decor, automobiles, gifts, vacations, spas, education and more.

“We are very excited to be able to extend our Women’s Expo brand to the Greater Bridgeport area, as well as New Haven County,” said Nick Curci, president of Connecticut Expos.

He added, “This event will complete the coverage of our Women’s Expo brand across the entire state of Connecticut.” 

Connecticut Expos also produces the Connecticut Women’s Expo in Hartford each September and the Fairfield County Women’s Expo in Stamford each April.

Attendees will have the opportunity to experience free health screenings, including mammograms, along with health- and wellness- related seminars provided by the title sponsor: St. Vincent’s Health Services. 

“We could not ask for a better title sponsor and partner than we have with St. Vincent’s Health Services – we have great plans together to make this event a successful and substantial forum to empower women in all parts of their lives,” Curci said.

Dianne Auger, senior vice president of St. Vincent's Medical Center/St. Vincent's Health Services and president/CEO of the  St. Vincent’s Foundation, added, “St. Vincent’s is thrilled to have this opportunity to reach out to so many members in the community during such an exciting event. The Women’s Expo will be a great venue for people to come and see what services are available not only from St. Vincent’s Health Services, but from local vendors as well.”

Attendees will have plenty to do at the two-day event: beauty treatments, including makeovers, facials, massages, and hair touch-ups; psychic readings; visit a Farmer’s Market; attend a job fair; free samples; shopping among 250 unique vendor; grand prize giveaways; celebrity appearances; free seminars; book signings; live cooking & dance demonstrations; fashion shows; beauty makeover; and other forms of entertainment.

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