2014 Wellness Expo

2014 Wellness Expo

 

Gable Banner ImageThe Wellness Expo Saturday, April 5th at the Clay County Regional Events Center in Spencer will feature over 50 local exhibitors, demonstrations and speakers all to help educate, entertain and create a positive wellness of your health, fitness, finances, nutrition, leisure and MORE!

Over $1,500 in cash and prizes will be given away, each prize has a minimum value of $25. You can even win a chance inside our famous Cash Cube to win instant money, courtesy of Community Bank & Insurance!

You will have the opportunity to learn your Individual Blood Type at the LifeServe Blood Center booth.  Blood Typing is available to anyone 16 and older.  If under 18, you must provide a written consent form from a legal guardian.

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If you want to be a vendor at this year’s Wellness Expo, there’s still time.
Contract our Sales Team at 1-800-232-1240 for booth rental details…

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