Bobbi Palmer, CEO of Date Like A Grownup and one of the Supporting Sponsors of Women At Woodstock, cannot attend the October retreat in person this year because she'll be in Paris with her husband. Bobbi, the guru of finding love for the boomer generation, walks her talk - she met her husband while in her 40's and married, for the first time, at age 47. If Bobbi were attending Women At Woodstock, she'd be offering personal consultation sessions for all women interested in finding love over 50, dating online, or relationship issues. But since she can't attend, she's offering every attendee a FREE 45-minute one-on-one phone consultation to explore any and all issues having to do with love, relationships, and safe and sane dating. This is worth $325 - sign-up instructions will be included in welcome gift bags when attendees arrive at the Emerson Resort and Spa in Woodstock, New York, the site of the event.
"Finding love after 50 is one of the most requested topics among women who've registered to attend the retreat," says Ann Voorhees Baker, the retreat organizer. "The request is coming from married women as well as single. Love remains of paramount importance in our lives, whether it needs to be found or rejuvenated."
Women At Woodstock is not just about finding or reviving love, however. Workshops and speakers will cover a wide range of topics such as writing and publishing, social media marketing, how to establish and maintain a second home in a foreign country, spiritual quests, public speaking, fitness and health, acting careers, and more.
With five weeks to go before the opening day on October 7, enrollment for the 3-day event has topped 65% and includes women from all across the USA and Canada, one of whom is Debi Rasmussen, who won the recent registration giveaway at FabOverFifty.com. Another giveaway drawing will be announced shortly on a second women-over-50 website. And in two weeks, Baker will announce the winner of the Women At Woodstock scholarship, for which applications continue to be received every day. She blogged this week about a recent contributor to the scholarship fund - her own 83-year-old mother: "Women At Woodstock 3-Month Mark – Thanks, Mom!"
Baker's recent radio interview on Women's Radio / Weaving the World features her conversation with host Sharon Riegie Maynard about women over 50, and the massive buying and political power that this demographic can wield.
For more information, or to request a media invite, contact Ann Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 213-785-8835.