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Friday, August 21, 2009

Twin Cities Birth & Baby Expo - October 10th

Only seven weeks to go until October 10th!

Twin Cities Birth & Baby Expo
Saturday, October 10th
Midtown Global Market
Minneapolis, MN

The mission of the Twin Cities Birth and Baby Expo is to connect local families with empowering, multicultural resources and education that promote healthy birth and parenting and to celebrate the transformative experience of becoming parents.

The Expo will showcase local businesses and organizations that operate in line with this mission. We aim to connect parents and families in the Twin Cities with businesses and organizations that offer products or services promoting healthy birth and parenting from diverse perspectives.

Sponsors: We have collected an amazing line-up of sponsors for the Expo and our heartfelt thanks go out to them: Blooma, Childbirth Collective, Family Times magazine, Health Foundations, Helping Hands Birth Services, Lake Pointe Chiropractic and Wellness, Morningstar birth center, and Peapods.

Advertising: We will be offering reusable welcome bags with goodies and informational inserts to the first 350 visitors to the Expo. For $25, you can have your organization's or business' inserts included in the bags. If your organization or business would like to donate goodies forthe bags, let us know (e.g. product sample, promotional pen/magnet/waterbottle/etc). We will also be doing door prizes. If you would like to donate an item for the door prizes, please contact me.

Exhibiting: Prices for exhibitor tables are: $75 for a for-profit business, $50 for a non-profit. If you feel that the prices are out of reach for your organization, we encourage you to join up with someone else to share a table or contact us to discuss. The deadline for applications is September 25th.

Volunteering: We are also looking for volunteers to help out the evening before, during, and after the Expo. Email me if you think you might be available to help with set-up, clean-up, or during the Expo.

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