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Park Regency Hotel & Conference Center|1413 Leslie Dr, Bloomington, IL | Map

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Upcoming Festivals

Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Bloomington, IL
Mar 3, 2019
Park Regency Hotel & Conference Center
Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Fresno, CA
Mar 2019 Dates Unconfirmed
(Previous Location) Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center
Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Pittsburgh, PA
Mar 2019 Dates Unconfirmed
(Previous Location) Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square
Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Midland-Odessa, TX
Mar 30, 2019
Midland County Horseshoe
Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Florence, SC
Apr 7, 2019
Location Unconfirmed
Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Raleigh, NC
Apr 2019 Dates Unconfirmed
(Previous Location) Embassy Suites by Hilton
Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Reno, NV
Sep 2019 Dates Unconfirmed
(Previous Location) Cancelled - Grand Sierra Resort & Casino
Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Reno, NV
CANCELLED
Cancelled - Grand Sierra Resort & Casino
Girls World Expo (Multi-City) 2018 Des Moines, IA
Sep 2019 Dates Unconfirmed
(Previous Location) Holiday Inn Des Moines - Airport/Conference Center

From the Organizer

Girls World Expo is a very personal venture that grew out of what we saw in the lives of our daughters; too many negative influences and far too few positive. We saw vulnerable young women at a crucial stage in their lives whose self-images and self-esteem had to struggle against unflattering or unattainable media portrayals of perfection, lack of visible high achieving female role models and hurtful comments and criticism from peers. The negative impact of much of this was amplified by the prevalence of social media as a means of communication. We wanted more – for our daughters, for us, and for everyone. Each of these girls’ lives has the potential for greatness. Realizing that potential, however, requires that we offer girls something more than what has been available.