2012 Women’s Expo Is Magic – A Fantastic Day of Fashion, Food, Fitness, and Fun

Posted on January 30, 2012 By

Enjoy fashion, food, fitness, prizes and more at the 11th Annual Women’s Lifestyle Expo, a 100.1 Magic radio event sponsored by Deborah Heart and Lung Center (www.deborah.org), Saturday, February 18, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Pine Belt Arena at Toms River North High School, 1245 Old Freehold Road, Toms River.  Admission is free.

Visit many exhibits; meet some celebrities; enjoy a complimentary haircut and styling, courtesy of SnipTease Hair Studio, Toms River; stop at the Diet and Wellness area; win prizes, and do some shopping during the Expo.  

National celebrities include Catherine Hickland, star of One Life to Live; psychic medium Mark Anthony; and Dr. Robi Ludwig, the nationally known psychotherapist.

Catherine Hickland will be performing makeovers all day during “Look 10-Years Younger in Five-minutes.” Mark Anthony, a psychic medium and author of Never Letting Go, will be teaching attendees how to “Trust Your Woman’s Intuition.”

Dr. Robi Ludwig, the nationally known psychotherapist and award-winning reporter,  will have a Q & A to answer relationship questions.  She will also be featuring “Jewelry Inspiration,” her new jewelry line. Dr. Ludwig has been seen on CNN, Headline News, the Fox News Channel, the Today Show, Oprah, Larry King Live, and Regis & Kelly among others.

Attendees will have a chance to win hourly prizes, such as a lifetime membership to Gold’s Gym of either Howell or Long Branch; and a 13-piece living room set, courtesy of Michael’s Furniture, Brick, among others.

For further information or to become a vendor, call Marge Guglielmo, sales manager, at 732-681-9591 or visit www.magicvariety.com.

 WRAT-FM and Magic 100.1 are radio stations of Greater Media, Inc. Greater Media, Inc. is the parent company of twenty-three AM and FM radio stations in the Boston, Detroit, Charlotte, New Jersey, and Philadelphia markets.  Greater Media also owns a group of weekly newspapers in central New Jersey and several telecommunications towers, located throughout the United States