At the Nevada Women’s Expo the target customer are Women who make about 83% of consumer purchases. The Nevada Women’s Expo is carefully crafted for women who come geared up to sample, learn, try and buy. Also, a professional accountable management team gives you the best deals and not just an exhibit booth!
The Nevada Women’s Expo has appealed to women of all ages especially those who are 25 and above. What can you expect at the Nevada Women’s Expo 2011? Visitors at the expo can expect only the best quality production along with a qualified staff and a hands-on workshop in January plus many more in two days.
Exhibitors & Booths at the Nevada Women’s Expo 2011:
Visitors can splurge on fashion, Home, Décor, and Learning – A-Z. Some of the exhibitors at the Expo include-
- A Stitch in Tyme
- Atlantis Casino Resort Spa
- Beaded Bling
- Beck’s Shoes
- Creative memories
- Center for Hope of the Sierras
- David Good
- Dog Gone Amazing Dog Training
- Dove Chocolate Discoveries
- Edie’s Beauty Secrets
- Edward Jones/Kona Gold Coffee
- Family First Chiropractic
- Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada
- Grand Canyon University
- Hawaiian Moon
- It’s a pretty party
- Juice Plus
- Kitchen Craft
- La Bella Vita Wellness Clinic
- Make a Wish Foundation
- Northern Nevada Hopes
- Petfolio Magazine
- Reno Photobooth Co.
- The Beading Hearts Design
- USA Martial Arts Nevada
- Victoria’s Lipsense
- Women’s Radio/Women’s Calendar
- Yoga Loka
- Your Grandma’s Vacuum Co.
Fee’s for Exhibits are available in attractive packages for profit and non-profit entities. To reserve your booth space, please visit the official website and for any such help on the subject, please contact Kristy Hawke (775-750-0841).
Women’s Events at the Nevada Expo 2011:
Please visit the official website for all exclusive dates and special women’s events and programs at the Expo.
How to become an Exhibitor, Sponsor or Volunteer:
Be a part of the action and take Part in the Nevada Women’s Expo 2011 as an exhibitor, sponsor or even volunteer!
Here’s how you can be an Exhibitor at the Expo:
At the Nevada Women’s Expo 2011 there are many benefits for all those who register early which includes getting a booth package at $695 and much other welfare. The application form can be downloaded directly from the official website. For further details and assistance, please contact Kristy Hawke at 775-750-0841.
To become sponsor:
At the Nevada Women’s Expo have the pleasure of receiving a wonderful and unique sponsorship programs. At the expo, programs can be tailor-made to suit your budget!
Sponsors get the chance to attain all the needed exposure! There are plenty of sponsorship packages which range from $1000 to $50,000 plus many sponsorship opportunities such as web pages, stages, cooking stages, lounges, celebrity guests and many others!
To become a Volunteer:
Would you like to be a part of the Nevada Women’s Expo as a volunteer? Volunteers get a chance to interact with visitors, share various tips and assist them. For more information and details on how to become a volunteer at the Nevada Women’s Expo, please call Kristy Hawke at 775-750-0841.
General Ticket Price – $7
Discount Ticket – You can get a discount ticket by downloading it from the official website.
Parking is available at the venue; charges are $7 per vehicle unless you have a handicapped sign on your case in which case it is free.
Date & Timings:
- Saturday April 2nd – Sunday April 3rd 2011
- Saturday – 10 am to 5 pm/ Sunday – 11 am to 4 pm
Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Nevada.
Directions to Nevada Women’s Expo 2011:
There are various ways to get to the Reno-Sparks Convention Center in Nevada, the options include:
By Air– The nearest airport is the Reno Tahoe International Airport (RNO). He venue is just a short cab ride away.
By Road– From the Northwest, take I-5 South to I-80 or go for the shortcut from I-5 at Mount Shasta and then to California 89 and 44 Southeast through Susanville. From Southern California, you can go up to U.S 395 along the dramatic eastern front of the Sierra Nevada.
By Train – the AMTRAK’S California Zephyr has daily rides from the Bay Area and Sacramento to the West and salt Lake and Denver to the East. There are also trains from the Northwest, Central valley and the coastal southern California which connect to the Zephyr in Sacramento.
Address: Reno-Sparks Convention Center, 4590 S. Virginia Street, Reno,NV.
Official website: http://www.nevadawomensexpo.com/