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March 1st 2013

For those in the OuterBanks NC area…not doing anything today

If you are in the area today…….

Outer Banks Entrepreneurs is pleased to announce the first OBX Women’s Winter Expo, set for Saturday, March 2nd, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ramada Inn in Kill Devil Hills. The Expo will feature 53 vendors, including women artists, crafters, direct sales vendors, service providers, and more. National guest speaker, Camille Allen, reinvention strategist, results coach, branding buff and marketing maven will be the guest speaker; sharing “Coastal Climate Change – It’s All About Attitude.” Raffle prizes will be drawn every ten minutes, so be sure to mark your calendar for March 2nd at the Ramada Inn. For more information on the Expo, please visit www.outerbanksentrepreneurs.com or contact Kim Twiddy at KIM182@aol.com, or Lindsey Truesdel, at LindseyMarieTruesdel@gmail.com. The Expo is a free family event for all to come out and enjoy.

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