A Nashville native, Sagginario is best known as the winner of Radio Disney’s “N.B.T. (Next Big Thing)” contest in 2009. After winning N.B.T. Jasmine opened twice in one week for pop sensation Justin Bieber. In 2009, she released her first single, “Make a Movie,” which was also featured on the soundtrack of the 2010 Disney Original Movie, “Starstruck”
Though very busy working on her music, Sagginario has remained a dedicated student since winning N.B.T. and both her mother and father play an integral role in educating her in her studies and her musical career. “This was a huge reason why Jasmine was our first choice to perform at EdVantExpo. Not only is she a talented singer, but she is also an inspiration to young kids that school comes first and with that education all your dreams can be accomplished as she has shown at a very young age.” said S. Victoria Bolden, EdVantExpo founder.
While enjoying the exhibit and sponsor booths, parents, students and educators will also enjoy a full day of entertainment on the main stage provided by Radio Disney AM 1110 Los Angeles. While Sagginario is off the stage, The Radio Disney Road Crew will provide main stage entertainment on Saturday, August 28 and Sunday, August 29 with tons of music, games, and prizes.
EdVantExpo tickets cost $10 and will include a free ($24 market value) ticket to a Los Angeles Galaxy game at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif.
Open to the public, EdVantExpo is a fun, engaging show that brings together - under one roof - a wide spectrum of companies and organizations dedicated to providing students and their families with the tools to transform their learning abilities, gain confidence and excel. The Expo will be jam-packed with engaging educational and sports activities, interactive entertainment, informative sessions, peer sharing and networking opportunities. For information about exhibiting at EdVantExpo, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone who attends EdVantExpo will have the opportunity to interface with exhibitor and sponsor partners, explore the latest educational games, toys, and gadgets, and meet with tutors and school representatives. EdVantExpo will also showcase educational tools for improving learning in math, science and reading, present authors of books that help students gain a competitive edge, and provide information on enrichment programs and teaching aids for families and educators.
For further information about EdVantExpo, visit www.edvantexpo.com, or go to Facebook, www.facebook.com/
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