Town of Wake Forest, NC 2019 Employee Health Fair

Thursday, Oct 10, 2019

1226 N. White Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587

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$50.00 or $12.50 SEE BELOW

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The Town of Wake Forest, NC is excited to host their annual employee wellness fair on Thursday, October 10th, 2019.  The health fair will be held from 10 am – 2 pm at the J.B. Flaherty Park Community Center. The town places a high value on the health of their employees and because space is limited, management has carefully selected the wellness provider categories and specifically invited you to come be a part of educating their employees on your products and/or services and how they can be beneficial in achieving optimal health!

Wifi Available: Yes
Food Provided to Vendors: No
Food Provided to Employees: Yes
Can Vendors Sell Products During Health Fair? Yes
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.

Fees
Fee Details
• Pay the non-refundable registration fee ($12.50) at the time of registration and pay nothing more if your registration is approved
or
• 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 ($50.00)

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

The town began in 1832 when the North Carolina Baptist Convention, intent on establishing an educational institute to train future ministers, purchased Dr. Calvin Jones’ 615-acre plantation north of the existing community of Forestville for $2,000. Jones described the community as “One of the best neighborhoods in the state, the Forest District containing three schools (one classical) and two well constructed and well filled meeting houses for Baptists and Methodists, and has a lawyer and a doctor. The inhabitants, without I believe a single exception, are sober, moral and thriving in their circumstances, and not a few are educated and intelligent.”

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