Fabulous@50 Takes Baby Boomer Women to the Land of Fascination with an Empowering Fashion Experience in Victoria, B.C.

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Fabulous@50 Victoria is hosting an empowering fashion experience for baby boomer women that will feature guest speaker, Pamela Sylvan, PR and Fascination Specialist, who will show women how to be fascinating in their personal and professional lives.

Baby boomer women are starting to turn the tables on a youth obsessed culture by celebrating who they are and their own uniqueness.

Fabulous@50, the network that celebrates baby boomer women (roughly age 40-60) will be hosting The Fabulous@50 Martini Experience at Spank Boutique in Victoria on Thursday, March 26th, 2015.

Hosted by Fabulous@50 Director, Annie Pool, the evening’s guest speaker will be PR and Fascination Specialist, Pamela Sylvan. Pamela is the editor-in-chief of Downtown and Around Lifestyle eMagazine and owner of a boutique PR agency. She strategically and powerfully engages with entrepreneurs and individuals to bring out their unique message and places a light on them for the world to see.

Pamela is taking women to the land of fascination.

In a world that is incredibly crowded and noisy, with so many wanting attention, what is that something special that makes a woman stand out? Pamela wants women to know, "It's time to understand your own fascination point that will allow you to sparkle, shine and be seen!"

This event will also include a fashion show featuring baby boomer women modelling clothing from Spank Boutique. "In the past,” says Fabulous@50 Director, Annie Pool, “Fashion has typically catered to a youth culture. Shopping for clothes can be a frustrating and uninspiring and experience for older women. Thankfully, attitudes toward aging are now changing and women are starting to turn the tables on a youth obsessed culture by celebrating who they are and their own uniqueness."

The event will not only give baby boomer women the chance to meet and network with other women, it will also include free appetizers, as well as a complimentary Fabulous@50 Martini sponsored by Silverside Wineries in the Cowichan Valley. In addition, women will also enjoy exclusive discounts on clothing from Spank Boutique.

Participants will be be eligible for several door prizes as well as The Fabulous@50 Grand Prize which includes an inside out makeover valued at over $2000.00. The Grand Prize features 4 hours of powerful coaching with Life Transitions Coach, Sue Maitland, a complete hair and makeup makeover from The Arq Salon, a Classic Black and White Portrait session and frame from Melissa Welsh Photography, and much more.

Part of the proceeds from all ticket sales will be donated to Project: Forgive, the documentary and non-partisan educational organization which provides a deep inquiry to the questions about what it means to truly forgive.

Fabulous@50 fills a need in the community: to enable women to reach their full potential and fulfill dreams they may have been postponed while raising children or working at a mundane job.

Fabulous@50 was founded in Edmonton by Dianna Bowes. Victoria is the second community to benefit from this unique organization (a third was recently launched by JoAnna Neweduk in Calgary). Annie Pool signed on as the Director for Victoria in November 2014.

Fabulous @50 has grown into a community of nearly 500 members and a following of over 3,000 women. It has a bi-monthly newsletter and the Be Fabulous! magazine published twice yearly, and holds dozens of events annually. There have been six major trade shows in Edmonton, and this year, for the first time, shows in Grande Prairie and Red Deer, Alberta.

In the past year, Annie Pool successfully overcome cancer, became an International Best Selling author and is the first official licensee for Fabulous@50. Her greatest passion is to inspire other women like herself to see their own hidden, unlocked potential so that they can believe their dreams can come true, too, even beyond their wildest imaginations.

For more information, visit: http://www.fabulousat50.com

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