The 4th Annual Golden Years Expo and Senior Health Fair is coming back to Hyatt Regency on Sunday, November 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“In addition to free flu shots, and health screenings, the Office of Congressman Steve Knight will be present to answer questions and assist residents with federal agencies,” said Gary Buterbaugh, the event’s producer.
The expo is totally free to the public, thanks to our Presenting Sponsor, Heritage Sierra Medical Group, and co-sponsors Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, City of Hope, Hyatt Regency Valencia, KHTS AM 1220, The Magazine of Santa Clarita, Valley Publications and The 25 Score Card.
Connecting residents of Santa Clarita and North Los Angeles County to organizations and businesses who want to be a choice for information, resources, products and services important to seniors, future seniors, caregivers and their families, the expo also offers presentations by experts on topics important to seniors and their families, special offers and free goodies, free drawings, including a GYE Passport Drawing with prizes valued at $50 or more and a Grand Prize of up to 500 CA Super Lotto Quick Pick Plays.
Visit www.goldenyearsexpo.com for expo details, a list of exhibitors and a drawing bonus coupon.
“Exhibitor, sponsor, advertiser and speaker opportunities are still available. Special rates are offered to non-profits and micro businesses,” said Buterbaugh.
Organizations may register at www.goldenyearsexpo.com or contact me at (661)255-7063 and firstname.lastname@example.org
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