The event will feature product demonstrations, display booths, and lectures by prominent natural health care and environmental experts across the region. Booth space, room rentals, and sponsorships are available on a first-come, first-served basis through Oct. 15.
"This is an exciting opportunity for businesses and professionals who want to showcase their products and services, while helping change the lives of wellness-minded individuals," said event coordinator Bonnie Troxel. "We are offering a cost-effective way for area businesses to reach a targeted, pre-qualified audience. Where else can a professional open his or her storefront to hundreds of highly qualified consumers in one day?"
The first 12 business professionals to sign up will have the opportunity to speak during special breakout sessions throughout the day. A list of Expo attendees will be provided to participants after the event. Exhibitors and sponsors will receive mention in all promotional materials, including flyers, invitations and press releases. Booth and room rentals are $100 for the entire day or $30 per hour. Two or more vendors can share exhibit space at a reduced rate.
Exhibition booths will offer insights on nutrition and herbal remedies, senior health, aging, empowerment, happiness, recovery from addiction, biofeedback wellness, hormone balancing, breast cancer awareness, and the environment. Some of the exhibitors will offer free herbal, nutrition, and skin care product samples. Professional health practitioners will provide massages, Reiki, Chakra energy clearings, biofeedback, and chiropractic demonstrations. Exhibitors will include Intuition... Spirit, Heart & Soul; Roth Wellness and Chiropractic; Shred on the Run; and Tisha: Feng Shui Your life. Breakout session speakers will include Kim Mollenkopf, Tisha Morris, Dr. Hal Roseman, and Dr. Sharon Roth.
For more information about booking exhibition space and/or sponsoring the "Health and Wellness Expo", send an email inquiry to Bonnie Troxel at firstname.lastname@example.org, call the CSLN office at (615) 356-0174, or visit http://www.CSLNashville.org.