Special Events at the Expo

Coffee & Conversation

Join us!
Enjoy inspiring conversations to live your best life and meet new friends!

Special Guests

Nikki Reynolds, CFA®, CFP®
'Demystifying Your Investments'
Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager for Regions Asset Management
Nikki has 24 years of experience in investment research and management. She joined Regions Private Wealth Management in 2002. Nikki earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance from University of Central Arkansas and is a Chartered Financial Analyst® and a Certified Financial Planner®.
Shelly Gist
Planning Your Legacy
Vice President and Trust Advisor for Regions Private Wealth Management
Shelly has 14 years of experience in financial services and trust administration. She joined Regions Private Wealth management in 2016. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Arkansas State University.
Andrea Gifford
The Wise Use of Credit
Vice President and Branch Manager for Regions Bank
Andrea has 15 years of experience in financial services. She joined Regions Bank in 2016. She earned both her MBA and bachelor’s degree in Finance from Arkansas State University.
YOUR FINANCIAL WELLNESS

Women are not as confident about financial wellness as men, are less prepared for retirement, and engage in fewer employer-sponsored financial programs. Most women earn less, live longer, experience more work gaps and experience higher health care and caregiving expenses than their male counterparts, leading to far different results when it comes to retirement savings:

  • Women make less money than men. The average earnings of women working full time are 80.5 percent of men working full time–a more than $799 billion difference annually.
  • On average, women live five years longer than men, thus needing their accumulated wealth to last longer. However, only 54 percent of women save for retirement (versus 62 percent of men), and those who do save have far less. Women have an average of $115,412 saved while men save an average of $202,859.
  • Women accumulate more debt than men, especially student loan debt. While 56 percent of college students are women, they hold 65 percent of the country’s student loan debt.
  • Women are less likely to work through all stages of life before retirement. Women spend 44 percent of their adult life out of the workforce compared to 28 percent of men.

Join us at Coffee and Conversation for some great ideas on how to secure your financial journey.

Celebrate Teachers!

Free Admission for all Teachers & School Staff at the Expo!

We are saluting the teachers & staff on Sunday for the lasting contributions they make to our children’s lives. We are offering free admission to Teachers from pre-school to 12th grade, School staff members and Student Teachers. Just show your school ID at the Box Office to receive your complimentary ticket. Thank You!

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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Call us at 203-259-3351 to discuss the Sponsorship Opportunities.

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Tickets available at our Box Office on Expo Days or Online starting June 1! $7 Admission ($5 w/coupon)
Kids 8 & under are free. Free Parking!
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Expo Location

First National Bank Arena, AR
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Expo Day & Time

(Changed)
OCT 19-20, 2019
Saturday 10am to 5pm
Sunday 11am to 4pm