The Mommy To Bee Expo is THE Baby Shower to take place in Northern New Jersey. It's a trade show like no other 'baby shower' you've ever seen for moms-to-be and new moms in the Tri-State area, featuring over 30 top companies in the baby industry, a one-stop-shop for growing families. Parents, friends and family will enjoy mingling and shopping with other expectant moms while learning how to prepare for their growing families this Spring.
We are expecting over 300 moms to be, new mothers, and others of young children and their families from of the tri-state area, including NYC, Connecticut, Westchester and NJ residents.
Over 30 different companies will be available including baby goods, mommy and me, registry services, parenting services, fitness, safety, health and life insurance, photographers, retailers, and more for moms.
Moms will go home with a 'Baby Bag' of sponsored items for Mom and baby, valued at more than the ticket price. *Guaranteed to the first 100 guests checked-in only.
Moms can take a load off and relax while older children attend onsite classes, and while they shopping with the friends and family. Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Godparents, Aunts, kids of all ages and more were welcomed.
Annette Rios of NYC said “We had an awesome time with my daughter-in-law and grandson...great exhibits and informative too.” While Claire Lopez also of NYC said “… had a good time at the expo. Thanks for the info and all the free goodies!”
For more information, email email@example.com or visit www.MommyToBeeNY.com.
(1) ticket is $10 in advance through EventBrite
Kids under 12 are free and do not need tickets.
The Bronx 2014 event is sponsored by 529 College Savings Plan, AXA Advisors, Babies R US, BabyGanics, Bright Horizons, buybuyBaby, Cavallo Law, Cord Blood Registry, Fidelis Care, GreatPlay WoodMere, Important Steps, Inc, Happy Family, Northwestern Mutual, and more!
Produced by Marketing & Advertising Solutions (MAS)- an event leader for 7+ years, and creators of the successful 2013 Mommy To Bee Expo in the Bronx and Westchester and now New Jersey.