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Irvine’s Epremier presents third annual women’s expo

The Exclusive Premier Women’s Empowerment Conference and Expo debuts this weekend.

By Susan BelknappPublished: August 27, 2009 04:30 AM

Irvine-based Epremier LLC today announced that the third annual Exclusive Premier Women's Empowerment Conference and Expo will be held at the Long Beach Convention Center August 28-30.

Among the presenters will be notable authors, speakers and celebrity guests. More than 400 national and regional companies that provide products and services targeting women's style, health, fashion, fitness, beauty and relationship improvement strategies for women will also be in attendance. Thousands of attendees from throughout Southern California are expected to attend.
 
"The Exclusive Premier Empowerment Women's Expo is more than a trade show for today's sophisticated woman,” says Randi Natashi, CEO of EPremier LLC. It's an event geared toward introducing women to the latest empowerment ideas and strategies that allow them to take charge of their lives, their health, their look and their important relationships.

"We want women to walk away with an educational experience for empowerment,” continues Natashi. “The event provides attendees with the chance for up close and personal interactions with leading experts on health, beauty, food, fashion, as well as leading authors who have appeared on Oprah Winfrey and the Dr. Phil talk shows. We're thrilled to be hosting this event at the Long Beach Convention Center."
 
A Belladoni Fashion Show will be hosted by designer Andres Aquino and Couture Luxury Designs on Saturday, August 29 at 6:30 p.m. with entertainment and cocktails.
 
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