TINLEY PARK | The Chicago Southland Women’s Expo offers a weekend full of fun and entertainment.

Popular highlights of the event include shopping, cooking demonstrations and wellness features. Guests can treat themselves to free manicures, makeup application and hair styling by Paul Mitchell, The School Tinley Park. Adding to the excitement this year, guests can participate in free, hourly drawings, for fabulous prizes throughout the weekend - including two grand prizes: over $500 worth of jewelry from lia sophia, and a cruise courtesy of Fox River Vacations. Women’s Expo is a weekend event, open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 6 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., April 7, at the Tinley Park Convention Center.

Renee Anderson, CEO of the Women’s Expo, has crafted an enjoyable event for women that will entertain, inform and pamper.

“We want women to come to the Women’s Expo for a day that centers exclusively on them. As women, we focus so much on other people and commitments outside ourselves. A day at the Women’s Expo is a day women can have for themselves. Guests can look forward to a great time, enjoying a day with friends, shopping, sampling new products and getting new ideas and information for all areas of their lives,” said Anderson.

The Chicago Southland Women’s Expo, is sponsored by DentalWorks, Citizens Financial Bank, Paul Mitchell The School Tinley Park and Mini of Tinley Park. Admission for the event is $5, available online at www.women-expo.com or at the door.

For more information including group ticket discounts contact Sally Goss at (866) 625-6161 or visit www.womens-expo.com.

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