Women Night Out with a purpose

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Calling all women of Beaufort: Starting in the month of October, Women of Greatness, LLC Founder and CEO will be sponsoring Beaufort’s first Classy and Sassy Tasty Tuesday Women Night out event.  This event each month will be a night out with a purpose starting with Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence. The mission is to equip, inspire, motivate, and empower all women to live a life of great health, great wealth, and endless possibilities. This evening will be full of great shopping, mouth watering appetizers, awesome giveaways, great music, lots of fun and plenty of networking.

There will be local women who own businesses as vendors that will offer unique, classy and sassy merchandise that all women want and cannot do without. Amy Luce, RN, CPHM, Breast Nurse Navigator from Beaufort Memorial Hospital, will address women on breast cancer and a representative from CODA will be there to talk about domestic violence.

The goals we want to accomplish when the women leave this event are:

1. They had a blast;  2. They learned something new about themselves and what services are available for women; 3. They were motivated to go out and live on purpose; 4. The vendor merchandise was awesome.

Ladies 21 and up: Get a sitter for the kids, grab your girl friends, bring a fun attitude, wear your best classy and sassy attire, and bring your best smile for the camera to the Holiday Inn & Suites  2225 Boundary Street, Beaufort, on October 15 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be a special gift for the woman who brings the most girlfriends.

All women business owners who have unique, classy and sassy merchandise and would like to be a vendor for this amazing event,  please send an email to womenofgreatness@gmail.com. Please send a brief description of your merchandise and pictures and someone will contact you with more information.

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