Pick up business, retirement tips at WaHB Expo and the Longevity Fair March 29, 30

The Work at Home Business Expo, now in its fifth year, is partnering with the Longevity Fair on March 29 and 30 to bring attendees information and services regarding business startups accessible to the average American family and preparing for their health and finances for retirement and the future. These events at the Del Mar Fairgrounds are designed to empower entrepreneurship and equip prospective businessmen and women with the resources to build and protect greater wealth and ensure the good health to enjoy it through the years ahead.  Those interested in starting a business, in need of business resources or wanting more information about retirement, are encouraged to attend.

Admission is free with advanced registration online or $5 at the door. For more information, visitlongevityfair.com

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