Copper Basin Women’s Expo update

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Martina Burnam is working hard putting together the speakers, presenters, and vendors for the annual Women’s Expo at Hayden High School on March 8. There is plenty of room for more vendors and speakers. This is a terrific opportunity for people to learn about job opportunities and listen to people who have started their own jobs. Those present can learn about hiking in the area and many other things.

The confirmed vendors are Watkins, Central Arizona College, Anne Howe, Northern Arizona University, Pampered Chef, Tully’s Place, Melaleuca, A Captured Moment – Photo Booth and Town of Winkelman Centennial.

The confirmed speakers are ZORT and Ebay Store, Mediocre Meditation, Rainbow Looming and Hiking Arizona.

If you are interested in participating, having a booth, being a speaker, or have a special skill you would like to share with others please feel free to contact Angela Ramirez at the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce at 520-363-7607 or email: angela@copperbasinaz.com. Let’s make this year’s Copper Basin Expo a great success!

Nina Crowder (45 Posts)

Nina Crowder is a resident of Mammoth. She volunteers in several local organizations. She covers events throughout the Copper Corridor and Superior Town and School governance.


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