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Join us in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware!
You are cordially invited to a stylish day of free pampering, refreshments and the opportunity to makeover your life.
AARP and Tanger Outlets have joined together for a special day dedicated to helping women plan for their future.
Who: Special guests 2BoomerBabes – Kathy Bernard and Barbara Kline are the 2BoomerBabes, Delmarva-based radio talk show hosts. They will share their personal stories about the highs and lows of being part of the sandwich generation, including providing care top aging parents, parenting college-aged kids and finding time for themselves in the middle of it all. Come see them onstage at 11 am and 1 pm, and join them and their guests for a live taping of the 2BoomerBabes radio show at 1:30 p.m.
In addition, experts will be on hand to discuss resources to help make over your future.
What: Free mini makeovers, professional photos, refreshments, gift bags*, games, giveaways, information and resources.
* Gift bags while supplies last
Why: Women often focus their energy on others. This event highlights the need for women to start securing their own future. We're providing tools and information so women can plan their second phase of life.
Tanger Outlet Center Rehoboth
36470 Seaside Outlet Drive
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
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