OnTrack WNC hosts 2018 Women & Money Story Night

Press release from OnTrack WNC Financial Education & Counseling: 

OnTrack WNC’s Women’s Financial Empowerment Center (WFEC) will host its second annual Women & Money Story Night on Thursday, November 15 from 5:30-7:30pm at THE BLOCK off biltmore, 39 S. Market St. B and on Wednesday, November 28 from 5:30-7:30pm at Loretta’s, 114 N. Lexington Ave in downtown Asheville. This event brings together women in the community to share in celebrating one another and their empowered money stories. The presenting sponsor is Starks Financial Group.

Join us for this FREE event and raise a glass to toast other women as they share stories about how they rocked their money life. This event is open to any woman in our community who likes to share in celebrating other women’s success. There will be wine, beer, delicious food, and rocking money stories and some guaranteed revelry together.

The gathering will feature women who have worked with OnTrack WNC who will share their inspiring stories. And, we will open the mic and invite women to volunteer to tell their money stories as well! We hope this evening of celebrating one another, will leave everyone feeling empowered and motivated to take control of their financial lives, achieve economic self-sufficiency and take a step towards realizing their money dreams.

Preregistration is required and space is limited.  For more information or to register use the following link ontrackwnc.org/women.html.We want as many women to attend as possible; to make this happen, guests can only attend one event.

For more information about OnTrack WNC’s Women’s Financial Empowerment Center, the Women & Money Conference or other programs and services visit www.ontrackwnc.org.

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