Amy Roloff will be a special guest at the 18th Annual Portland Women’s Show, to be held at the Oregon Convention Center, October 8-10, 2010.

The event is a promotional vehicle for numerous local charitable organizations in the area.

This year the show is proud to be hosting a luncheon in support of the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation, an amazing group that supports charities locally and around the world. Founded in 2009, by reality television celebrity and celebrated author Amy Roloff (TLC’s Little People Big World), the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation serves children, at risk youth, single parents, families and disability groups via fundraising and partnering with other charities in which new opportunities are created through financial assistance, sports activities and education.

The Portland Women’s Show was founded in 1993 and is now one of the largest, longest running Women’s Expo in the country. The show offers a chance for women of all ages to shop, sample and gather information from over 200 women-owned and women-focused businesses with products and services for women. Exhibitors focus on health & beauty, fitness, jewelry & accessories, scrapbooking, career development, cooking, home care, finance, travel destinations and natural & organic products. The show is filled with discount coupons, samples, shopping & many new products to see and sample. Each year the event grows, with expected attendance for this year exceeding 12,000.

The event will feature informative seminars on topics including travel, fighting disease, organization, domestic violence, adult education, do-it-yourself projects, finances and weight loss.

Other guests will include
Anthony Gilardi from HGTV’s Myles of Style and Host of Wine Guy Unplugged.
Ricky Paull Goldin from All My Children.
Authors Sheila Roberts and Bethany Mooradian.

General Admission at the door: $9. Find out more here.

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