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The Charlotte Observer 2014 Health Fair

Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014

600 S. Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202



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About The Event This Event Has Expired

The event will be held from 11am – 2pm in their auditorium and will encompass over 400 full and part-time employees who will have the opportunity to attend over an extended lunch hour.  If this event is a right fit for you, then they definitely look forward to hosting you as a provider and giving you the opportunity to engage with and educate their employees in their quest for improved health and quality of life!

Wifi Available: No
Food Provided to Vendors: No
Food Provided to Employees: No
Can Vendors Sell Products During Health Fair? No
Table Size: 6ft
Outside Event: No

Your registration for this event will be submitted directly to the employer for review. The employer will receive an email which includes your registration details and a link to your profile. Make sure you have fully updated your profile before registering. You will be notified of the employer’s decision via email.

Fee Details
• Pay the non-refundable registration fee{NRF_PRICE} at the time of registration and pay nothing more if your registration is approved
• It is FREE to register and participate in this Health Fair. REGISTER TODAY!• Pay nothing now and if approved, your card will be billed the above event fee ($200.00)

Approved Exhibitors Receive
• Face-to-face interaction with the full-time insured employees
• Table and chairs (see table size above)
• Linen, electricity, and extra floor space (if needed)

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About The Host Website

We deliver what people need to discover and understand the region.

” … the mission remains the same as it has been for decades: to report clearly, truthfully, completely. The Observer has shared one Pulitzer Prize and won three others outright, including two for public service, the pinnacle of American journalism (only seven newspapers have won more).”

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