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March 24, 2013

‘Ladies Lifestyle Extravaganza coming to Claremore this April

CLAREMORE — The eighth Annual Women’s Show “Ladies Lifestyle Extravaganza” is scheduled for Saturday, April 6 at the Claremore Expo Center.  This year’s event will feature a full day of activities from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for ladies of all ages.  

     The Ladies Lifestyle Extravaganza is a day long event featuring seminar topics that are sure to inform and educate.  One of the highlighted panels for the day includes a breakfast seminar that will focus on breast health.  Breakfast will be served compliments of Hillcrest Hospital Claremore for the first 100 ladies attending at 9:00a with the seminar scheduled for 9:30.  Other seminars will concentrate on the importance of heart health, general wellness, and financial security for ladies of all ages.    

The first 1,000 ladies attending will receive an eco-friendly shopping bag compliments of the Oklahoma Heart Institute.  In addition all attendees will receive a registration for the opportunity to win Ladies Lifestyle cash, a Coach Purse and door prizes throughout the day.

Back by popular demand is the Lifestyle Fashion Show.  Models of all ages will be wearing the latest spring fashions.   Per Cari Bohannan and Susan Todd fashion show coordinators “We are excited to be involved with this year’s fashion experience we are going to showcase a great number of our unique Claremore boutiques and our area clothing retailers.  The reigning Mrs. Oklahoma Julie Pittman will be modeling fashions and our very own Claremore firefighters are participating as runway escorts for the models during the fashion show as well.”

     Claremore Dance Studios will return to the event to host dance demos for line dancing, salsa and more.  Per Peggy Trease this year’s event Chair “We had so much fun last year with David and Danielle of Claremore Dance Studios.   They were able to inspire everyone in attendance to enjoy the benefits of dance as a fun way to exercise and as just a great way to socialize.  These national dance champions made everyone feel at home with their fun demos.”                        

     Literary aficionados will have the opportunity to meet and greet some of the regions outstanding and widely recognized authors.  Authors will do book signings throughout the day hosted by Boarding House Books.  Per Cindy Bissett of Claremore Main Street “Last year was the first time to offer this particular show activity and it was so well received we are expanding the area this year.  Authors scheduled to date include: Radine Nehring Trees, Harriett Ford, Carol Round, Lorraine Holman, Tammy Mullins, David Jurkiewicz, Sharon Cummings, Vickie McDonough and Linda Trout.”

Recognized as one of the outstanding women’s events in the state, organizers expect Claremore’s show to attract an estimated 80 exhibitors with products ranging from

health and beauty, jewelry, purses, clothing and accessories, home decor and much more.  

The Show also offers an excellent opportunity for attendees to gain access to a host of valuable resources for services such as Friends of the Library, Safenet Services and more.   Presenting sponsor Hillcrest Hospital Claremore will have representatives on site to answer program questions and to provide free information.  Major sponsor Walgreen’s will be on hand with pharmacy experts, blood pressure checks and more.

“Committee members are excited about the planned giveaways and drawing this year including cash, gifts and even a Coach handbag compliments of our event sponsors and

Stonebrook Day Spa and Tulsa Federal Credit Union” reports Peggy.

Tickets are only $4 or $2 with a non-perishable food item.  Food will be donated to the Good Samaritan Ministry, to assist our neighbors in need all year long.

Hillcrest Hospital Claremore is pleased to present the Ladies Lifestyle Extravaganza along with sponsors RCB Bank and Walgreen’s.   

For additional show information or booth exhibitor registrations contact: the host organizations Claremore Chamber of Commerce or Claremore Main Street, 419 W. Will Rogers Blvd. in Claremore or by calling (918) 341-2818 or (918) 341.5881.  www.claremore.org.

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