2010 GROOVE Conference -- What Women Want to Lead Their Best Lives

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The 2010 GROOVE Conference will answer the age-old question of "what women really want" and encourage women to live their best life with workshops, a keynote by Motivational Speaker Toni Coleman Brown and reading by Author Michelle Janine Robinson on October 23, 2010 in Bethlehem, PA.

What do women want? Do women want it all? Is it possible to “have it all”? The Glam Squad, an organization for the empowerment of girls and women of all ages, will answer the age-old question of "what do women really want" and more at the GROOVE 2010 Conference on October 23, 2010 at the Comfort Suites in Bethlehem, PA. The GROOVE 2010 Conference is a one-day event filled with motivational and inspirational workshops and classes to encourage women at various stages of their lives to live their very best life.

“The GROOVE event is for women who seek empowerment, support, and encouragement,” says Founder and President of The Glam Squad, Rosalind Lucien, “It will let women find a new groove, get their groove back, AND get their groove on!”

Workshops will include Sexy and Single: How to Live a Fulfilling life without a significant other, Sexpectations What’s Hot, What's Not: An Exploration of the Multiple Meanings of Sexuality in Today's World, and How to Achieve Financial Freedom. Additional workshops will cover subjects such as finding a healthy work/life balance, starting your own business, health, financial empowerment, and wellness and nutrition.

Lunch will include a keynote with Author and Motivational Speaker, Toni Coleman Brown. New York Times Bestselling contributing writer, Michelle Janine Robinson, will read from her newest novel Color Me Grey and conduct an exclusive book signing.

The adults-only event will be held at the Comfort Suites located at 120 West Third Street in Bethlehem, PA from 10 am to 7 pm. Early bird registration is $65, which includes a choice of 2 workshops, a mini-session and lunch. Special packages are available to include overnight accommodations and breakfast. To register, please visit http://groovebyglamsquad.eventbrite.com/ or call 484-892-3060.

“The Glam Squad’s mission and purpose is to empower girls and women of all ages,“ says Lucien, “Our focus is to positively educate females on body image, hair and make-up, self care and wellness, and fashion dos and don’ts. Glam Squad strives to create a movement of stylish, strong and secure divas one girl at a time by preparing to be fabulous—inside and out.”

Glam Squad is currently accepting applications for sponsors and vendors for GROOVE. Please email [email protected] or visit http://www.projectglamsquad.com.


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