VICTORVILLE -- In addition to what is likely to be beautiful weather Saturday, the Women's Expo will have 60 vendors this year -- a record number.
"We're just glad it's not snowing this year, like it was last year," said Kevin Younkin, director of live events for ClearChannel Radio.
The free event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, Building 2, is designed "to have women come and get pampered a little, and meet businesses in the High Desert that have products and services for women," Younkin said.
The highlight is always the fashion show, sponsored by Wal-Mart, which will be on the stage at noon.
Booths will include businesses in health, beauty, florists and chiropractors. There will be live presentations and free samples.
There will be raffle drawings all day for gift packages worth no less than $25. Each vendor is providing at least one raffle item. There will be about 100 raffle prizes, including gift certificates and gift baskets.
Stage demonstrations will feature local medical groups speaking on health and nutrition issues and a discussion of retirement planning.
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