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Date: April 25, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Carole Hoefener Center
610 E. 7th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Laura T. or Lorrie Hardy
Phone: 980-272-8326
Email: womansdayoff@gmail.com
Site: www.womansdayoff.com

It's the ULTIMATE day out for WOMEN! Come enjoy a FABULOUS atmosphere where YOU are Top Priority! Hey Ladies! When is the last time you had a REAL day off that was all about YOU?


April 25th is the day women from all walks of life will take the day off from work! We are going to celebrate ourselves for a change and take a day to celebrate being a woman. We will enjoy unique shopping, beauty tips, cool jewelry, women's accessories, and a day filled with so much fun. Let's take the day to Shop, Mingle, Laugh, Entertain, Cry, Eat, Sing, Dance and just enjoy being a woman! Do you want to join me? Of course you do!

There's no better reason to take the day off from work and hang out with your girlfriends, get pampered and celebrate YOU!




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