As the magazine has grown so has our participation in the community. For a third year in a row, we are proudly bringing back our Holiday Expo and in 2012 have plans to bring back the Second Annual Bridal Expo and Third Annual Womens Health Expo, in partnership with Summit Hospital. And when we are not putting on Expos, weve enjoyed helping out with smaller events with various retailers around the County. We stay busy and love every minute of it.
That being said, the November/December Issue being delivered in your Friday edition of the Wilson Post, is packed with a great stories about many of your neighbors. Be sure to pick up a copy as you will surely see someone you know within the pages.
And make sure to mark your calendars for the Dreams Boutique Exclusive Shopping Event, produced in conjunction with Wilson Living Magazine. The event, scheduled for?????, is an invitation only event where our readers will be invited to a sneak peak of the newest store on the Wilson County Square. This jewel of a store is the perfect place to spend an evening enjoying some ladies only time while shopping for something perfect just for you! Be on the look out for your invitation. Not on our mailing list? Then be sure to email us at email@example.com and we will be sure to include you. Its going to be a fun evening and you dont want to miss it!
And weve had quite a few calls about our Holiday Expo scheduled for November 18 and 19th. The Pre-Gala tickets, for the sneak peak shopping event on November 17th, go on-sale this Friday at the many WB&T branches in Wilson County and also at www.wilsonlivingexpo.com.
Tickets for the Breakfast with Santa, which will be held Saturday morning of the Expo, also go on sale this Friday and are available at Painturos in Lebanon and Mt. Juliet and also at Monograms Plus. The Art Mill will also be on hand Saturday to paint with the kids, while Mom and Dad shop!
Over 100 vendors are expected at our biggest Holiday Expo to date. Its going to be a wonderful shopping extravaganza with some of the best products in the state all under one roof. And Santa will be on hand both Friday and Saturday for photos with the kids. And this year we are pleased to announce that Lebanons own photographer, Ken Griffith, will be the man behind the lens.
There are only a few limited spaces available, so dont delay to call us at 969-6751.
Until next timekeep reading.
By Angel Kane