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Pathways to Beauty and Well-Being Set For September

November 14, 2005

The first Pathways to Beauty and Well-Being consumer exhibition and teaching program will be held Sept. 10-12 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City. Four magazine sponsors will have a designated area of sponsorship for more than 250 exhibitors: Allure for the beauty and personal care pavilion and the professional salon and spa beauty pavilion, Self for the nutrition and heath pavilion, Fitness for the fitness and active living pavilion and Teen People for the teen people lifestyle seminars. There is also a personal growth pavilion. The show focuses on women’s beauty and well-being products and services, from affluent women to teens and different ethnicities. More than 60,000 consumers are expected to attend.

Pathways to Beauty and Well-Being is organized by Suzanne Grayson of Grayson Associates, San Juan Capistrano, CA. More info: www.pathways2.com. More exhibitor info: Karen Crawford, (201) 226-1140, ext. 127.
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