Oct. 27 – Fabulous Free Networking for Women

Fabulous Free Networking Event

Get Your Body and Business in Shape Expo, Thursday, October 27th, 10 am – 3 pm.


The Michigan Professional Women’s Network presents its 20th annual Get Your Body and Business in Shape Expo, Thursday, October 27, 2011, 10 am – 3 pm, 2000 Town Center, Garden Atrium, Southfield, Michigan. Admission to the expo is free.

The MPWN expo offers more than 100 exhibitors, and includes free health screenings, business support, tips on personal health, fitness, and weight management, and “business health”: i.e. marketing, finance, and networking. Expo goers will calypso to the music by Gratitude Steel Drum Band. Food and beverages will also be available. The Southfield Town Center Atrium offers a lush garden get-away setting for this enjoyable event.

Last year those who attended developed business contacts and learned new, innovative health and business solutions in this lively and exciting venue.

See the list below of 2011 exhibitors. The cost for exhibitors is $175 / $200 for electricity. Those booking space before October 1st get a reduced rate of $150 / $175 for electricity. Non-profit organizations may set up an exhibit for $50. For sponsorship, exhibitor or general information contact: MPWN44@aol.com or Dr. Diane @ (248) 559-3359. Those interested in direct sales may view information on the website (www.MPWN.org) or call Julie Sullivan @ (313) 586-7481.

About MPWN: The Michigan Professional Women’s Network (MPWN) was formed in 1981 by women executives seeking opportunities for professional development and personal growth. It represents women of diverse backgrounds who join together to meet the needs of others by:

• sharing resources

• increasing personal business networks

• supporting each other

• exchanging ideas and

• providing valuable information

to help members reach personal and professional goals. MPWN is not a place for self-promotion, but an opportunity to lend a helping hand to someone else. MPWN contends that what one does for another will always be returned— multiplied many times over. MPWN is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization.

To learn more about the organization, or to join, please see the website at http://www.mpwn.org/,

email MPWN44@AOL.com or contact Dr. Diane Buffalin at 248-559-3359.

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