Want more information to participate?
Contact Liz Niles,
Community Relations Manager, at:
718 E. Michigan Ave.
Jackson, MI 49201
Phone: (888) 213-2848, ext. 340
Fax: (517) 784-0996
If you would like to be included to receive information about the next Women’s Expo events, send Liz Niles (lniles@a1cu.org) the following:
· Contact Name
· Business
· Mailing Address
· City/State/Zip
· Phone
· Fax
· Description of business in 25 words or less
· Hillsdale or Jackson?




"Hard to beat the cost of the booth with all the people we get to meet." - Gary - Aspen Heating
"The Expo is very well organized. With the traffic we get, it creates great exposure and not only cash-n-carry sales are achieved, we get leads for home shows and interest in becoming a consultant! The sales and leads exceed the booth investment 3 to 4 times or more!" - Sheri - Independent Consultant, Magnabilities
"What a wonderful day. So well organized and efficient. I met so many great ladies that could be leads/clients. I love the volume of people coming through." - Dena - Moore Organized Living
"We met many people, some who told us of their great experience at our hospital and others who had not heard of us. It was well worth it. - Michelle - Southwest Regional Rehab


"In 19 years of working booths from Downtown Detroit to Novi, this has been the most organized, well planned event! We booked 35 parties at this one event!" - Shelly-Pampered Chef

 "This show is great. We meet some wonderful people each year. It is the best expo for head count we do each year and we do many events." - Ron-Mr. Rooter
"It is a great networking event! We love promoting our store and people come visit us all year after being at the expo!" - Wendy-A Frame Above
"I absolutely cannot stress enough what an amazingly affordable marketing tool this event is for our business! We have customers throughout the entire year mentioning learning about us at the Women's Expo." - Diane-Cake Connection
"Great turn out! People were interested in talking about our services, not just there for the freebies." - Elaine-SouthernCare Hospice



Thank you to the over 2,200 guests who attended the 2014 Jackson Women's Expo! We hope everyone enjoyed themselves and you mark the event on your calendar for 2015! We host the event on the second Saturday of March each year and with the dates in 2015 falling the way they do, the tenetive date is March 14.
Special thank you to Gold Crown Jewelers for donating the jewelry for the door drawing that all guests 18 and over could enter. The drawing took place and the winners will be announced on Facebook once they've been contacted and have received their prizes. "Like" American 1 Credit Union to check it out and receive up to date information on all events and promotions the credit union is hosting!
Over $1,500 was donated to charity from the Women's Expo to organizations that provided us with workers for the event. We thank the following: Jackson School of the Arts, Women's Leadership Council, SWAPP and Cascades Humane Society. American 1 staff also donated their time to work some areas in exchange for a donation going to the credit union's charity of the month, the John George Home. The expo runs smooth because of these people and we appreciate their support!
Hope to see you next year!
If you are a vendor who is interested in participating in future expos, please follow the instructions in the right column.

Tupperware representative celebrating her 20th Women's Expo with American 1 in 2015



"The American 1 Credit Union Women's Expo has been a great way to meet people who love Tupperware. This show is one where we can reach many people in one place. Keeping it at the same time(s) of year and at the same location has been good since we see many repeat customers. We also see new people every year as well. There are several ladies who specifically come to our booth first and they always know where we are located, and don't have to search for us. We always have a drawing for free Tupperware. It's great fun to deliver the prize to the winner. Liz Niles has done a great job, continually improving and adding to the show to keep people coming to see what is new each year."

-Laurel, Tupperware Consultant


Thank you to the 2014 Women's Expo Vendors.

American 1 Credit Union
A Frame Above
A Serendipity Cakery, LLC
Addison Awning
Advantage Apparel
AG Chocolates
Allegiance Health
Allskate Fun Center
American 1 MR
American Cancer Society
Artistic Designs by Donna
Aspen Heating & Cooling, Inc.
AVON - Laurie Rochefort
Balance Wellness & Fitness Center LLC
Balanced Life Counseling
Bath Fitter
Bev's Chocolates
Birmingham Cosmetic Surgery
Blankies 'N Beds
Brave Dave's Salsa Detroit
Brent Family Chiropractic
Britches-n-Bows Children's Shoppe
Brown's Advanced Care Pharmacy & Medical Supplies
Cabin Creations
Cake Connection
CAP's Nursery and Landscape
Career Quest Learning Centers
Cascades Humane Society
Celestial Nutrition
Center for Family Health
Center for Women
Chocolate Harvest
Christopher & Banks/CJ Banks
Classical Conversations
Community 1 Cooperative
Creative Edge Hair Studio
Creative Outdoor Consultants
D & G Sales
D.L. Price, Author
Dancy's Fancy Butter
Decorating Den Interiors
Double Chiropractic
DP Window Fashions LLC
Earth Tree Wisdom
Eastern Michigan University - Jackson
Edward Jones Investments
Erie Construction Mid West Inc.
Faerie Tales Cat Rescue
Friends of the Jackson District Library
General Materials
Girl Scout Troop 60196
Gold Crown Jewelers
Golden Touch Embroidery
Gramers Chocolates
Hammond Hardware
Highland Alzheimer Care
Hoola Jewelry
House of DeVaughn Bridal
Iceni Tea, LLC
Ilah Perry
J & D's Honeybees
Jackson After 5
Jackson Area Career Center - Adult Career Education
Jackson Area Catholic Schools
Jackson Christian School
Jackson County Democratic Women's Caucus
Jackson County Department on Aging
Jackson District Library
Jackson Right to Life/Jackson Students for Life
Jackson School of the Arts
Jackson YMCA
Jafra Cosmetics
Joi of Jewelry
JPS Food Service
Juice Plus+ by Tower Garden
Keep Michigan Wolves Protected
Kiwanis of Jackson
laffingArt Studio
Lia Sophia Jewelry
Lifetime Photo Solutions
Lilla Rose
Little Bit of Everything
London Bridges Jewelry
LS Photography
Made with Love Jewelry
Maria Weatherwax
Marriage Matters Jackson
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Medical Weight Loss Clinic
Michigan Gem & Mineral Society
Michigan Hearing LLC
Michigan Lupus Foundation
Mike's Novus Windshield Repair
Moore Organized Living
Mr. Rooter of the Irish Hills
Nakee' Natural
Nerium International
Northwood University
Nyan Klavon, Realtor Howard Hanna
"Oh Susannah" Specialty Cupcakes, LLC
Origami Owl
Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists
Pathway Landscape
Picture Worth a Thousand
Popcorn Brokers Plus. LLC
Pound & Pound Family Dentistry
Pro Image Uniforms
Pure Romance by Christine
Quiet World Sports, LLC
Rapid Refill Ink
Raymond James
Regina's Candles Galore (Jewelry in Candles)
Rescue Rangers OPES
Right at Home
Rod Soat Photography
Rose City Cruises
Royal Prestige
Sam's Club
Scarf Central
Scentsy Fragrance
Scholl Construction & Services
Second Time Around Nonprofit Resale
Skin Deep Day Spa
Smarch Chiropractic
Snap Zip Clip
Southwest Regional Rehabilitation Center
Spring Arbor University
St. Vincent DePaul
Stefana Boutique
Stella & Dot Independent Jewelry Stylist
Step By Step Community Wellness
Steve's Gourmet
Sunshine Products
Susan G. Komen Mid-Michigan
Sylvan Learning Centers
Tastefully Simple by Karen
The Assembly
The Carpenter's Crosses
The Dahlem Conservancy
The Golumbki Gal
The Grate Haus
The Hobbit Place
The Hodge Podge Shop
The Home Depot
The Pampered Chef
The Perfect Pucker
The Sugar Cookie
The Water Store
Thirty One Gifts
TLC Eyecare & Laser Centers
Two Sisters Gourmet Dip & Dessert Mixes
Unforgettable Yummy Nuts
United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan
Upscale Resale
Vermeulen Furniture
Vintage Dreams
Vintage Rose Glass
Virgie's Purses
Watterson Family Dentistry
Young Living
Job Fair Vendors
American 1 Credit Union
Anchor Staffing
Ganton Retirement Centers
US Staffing Agency
South Central Michigan Works!
The Home Depot
Advance Employment Services
For questions: Email Liz Niles - lniles@a1cu.org

NOTE: There are no proceeds from American 1 Women's Expo event. Fees are put toward rentals, facility fees, advertising, and supplies, but in no way cover the full expenses of the event. American 1 covers the remaining expenses.”


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American 1 is truly working hard on bringing the Women’s Expo back to Hillsdale. There is a little bit of a hiccup again in 2014 with the facility. The Dow Leadership Center is remodeling the Curtiss Dining Hall and we will not be able to utilize this facility for the event. Check back for updates!

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