DULUTH, MN -- Thousands of women spent their Saturday at the DECC for the annual Duluth Women's Expo.
The event featured over 100 exhibits, vendors, booths, and seminars.
Many of the featured exhibits had a focus on health and wellness, with others providing tools to improve the lifestyles on the women in our community.
Organizers said the purpose of the expo is for local women to sell their products and provide services to other women, uplifting each other, and having a fun, educational experience.
"We Just want them to really have a good day, and to kind of relax and get away from the daily stressors of life. I know that i have a stressful life too, and sometimes its good to be in a different scene, and have so many different opportunities under one roof," said organizer Kynze Lundeen.
It was also all for a good cause. Tickets were $5 at the door, but guests who brought a donation for Safe Haven’s Health and Hygiene Drive could get in for free.