January 30, 2008
2008 Tampa Bay Women's Expo
There's a new event coming to town and it's all about educating women on how to stay healthy and well. It's the 2008 Tampa Bay Women's Expo. It'll be here this weekend Saturday, February 2, 2008 at Harborview Center in Clearwater. With the busy lifestyles many of today's women lead, there is nothing more important than taking the time out to learn how to relax and stay in good shape, according to leading health care experts from several local hospitals.
There will be some of the most interesting physician lectures you've seen in some time including Gardasil: HPV Prevention; "G" Spot Enhancement; Surgery, Robotics and Magic Bullets; Breast Health; Understanding the Diagnosis and more. Attendees can also participate in a number of free screenings including Body Mass Index (BMI), Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD), osteoporosis, glucose, blood pressure and depth perception. There will be several HCA product and service line booths at Harborview including one focused on teaching women how to do a self breast exam, a Career Opportunities center staffed by HCA recruiters, Sleep Disorders Center, Wound Care and Tampa Bay Heart Institute, just to name a few. If you would like a personal interview with one or more of the expert physicians that will be at this Expo, please contact Tammy Robiconti Maita, Director of Marketing and PR at St. Petersburg General Hospital at 727-341-4048 or 727-235-5480.
Many exciting exhibitors are also participating and look forward to your visit in this relaxed atmosphere, where it will be all about women for the entire day. They include Arbonne International, Medi Weight Loss Clinic, Lia Sophia Jewelry, Coast to Coast Grand Getaways... the list goes on.
So join us at the 2008 Tampa Bay Women's Expo on Saturday from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. for food, education, fun and lots of giveaways! A $2 admission fee benefits the American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society. Hope to see you there!
The 2008 Tampa Bay Women's Expo is sponsored by St. Petersburg General Hospital, Northside Hospital and Tampa Bay Heart Institute, Largo Medical Center, Edward White Hospital, Community Hospital and the St. Petersburg Times.