AURORA |Molly Elizabeth knows the importance of following your dreams. She began sewing around the age of 8 and by the age of 15 was showing her first collection on the runways of Omaha and Kansas City Fashion Week.
Today Molly is one of the most notable teen designers, was chosen out of thousands of applicants to premiere on Lifetime’s Project Runway Junior, and has her own e-commerce brand “Molly Elizabeth Designs LLC”.
Molly will be inspiring the attendees of the Reach You Peak Expo by sharing her story, the importance of following your dreams, and presenting some of her collection pieces and the inspiration behind each of the looks in a mini-fashion show.
There are still a few openings for entertainment at the 2017 expo set for April 23rd. If you’re interested in securing an entertainment spot click here to request information or contact Rhonda Canino 720-272-9631 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 Reach Your Peak Expo
Colorado’s top speakers, personalities and experts addressing the needs and issues of teenage girls will assemble for the dynamic and entertaining 2017 Colorado Girls Elevated ‘Reach Your Peak’ expo on April 23rd at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds Event Center. Admission is free however registration is required. Pre-registering online will save time at the door.
“The Colorado Girls Elevated, ‘Reach Your Peak’ expo is a safe, uplifting and engaging event designed to engage and inspire middle and high school girls in the Denver-Aurora metro area, to reach for their dreams” said event producer Rhonda Canino, Advertising Director for the Aurora Media Group, parent company to The Aurora Sentinel. “The Reach Your Peak expo will expose them to new experiences, connect them with role models in the community, and help them build self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-empowerment to realize their full potential. ‘Reach your peak’ is more than just a slogan.”
The expo will provide a host of compelling, short programs and interactive activities. Successful local women speakers will be hitting on hot topics like healthy body image, cyber safety, bullying, healthy relationships, peer pressure, depression, career choices, personal safety, college selection and more. These programs provide girls with the information, tools and resources to deal with life challenges.
The expo hall will include interactive exhibits, live entertainment, a marketplace and more.
This annual regional event, presenting a wide variety of inspirational icons, workshops, materials, interactive activities and entertainment, is produced by The Aurora Sentinel, Mix100 Radio, and KMGH Denver 7. The expo, free to all participants from all over the metro area and state, will offer unique speakers and opportunities addressing issues and goals for adolescent girls. For more information contact Rhonda Canino, 720-449-9705 or email@example.com.