Real Estate Wealth Expo in Austin, Texas, Invites Exhibitors

The Real Estate Wealth Expo comes to the Austin Convention Center on June 9, 2018. It is a great opportunity for companies to promote face-to-face with thousands of attendees in need of their services or products.

Thousands of home buyers, investors and entrepreneurs will attend the Austin Expo. Over 7,500 attendees are expected to attend this dynamic and exciting event.

Headliners include:

• Tony Robbins presenting his 3 Hour Peak Performance Training

• Daymond John from Shark Tank

• Pitbull, Entertainer & Entrepreneur, with a live performance and talk

• Todd Talbot from Love It Or List It Too

• Christina El Moussa from HGTV’s Flip or Flop

• Catrina Kidd from Texas Move N Flip

• Shay Millheiser from Flipping Austin, Founder of The Agency

There are other speakers as well as all kinds of seminars throughout the day on real estate, business opportunities, wealth and investment. The Expo is being promoted extensively throughout the Austin area.

Information on exhibiting and pricing is available from Marilyn Anderson, Exhibit Sales Manager. Contact her at Sponsorships@RealEstateWealthExpo dot com.

The Real Estate Wealth Expo is offering a $1,000 discount on booths to exhibitors who register before May 9th. It’s an awesome opportunity for real estate agents, lenders, banks, lawyers, accountants, or any business that wants to meet with thousands of potential new clients in one day.

About Marilyn Anderson

Marilyn Anderson is a bestselling author, travel & entertainment reporter, and award-winning film and television writer. She wrote for Murphy Brown, FAME, Sherman Oaks, and Carol & Company, starring Carol Burnett. Marilyn is writer-producer of the family film, How to Beat a Bully, and author of the personal finance book, How to Live Like a MILLIONAIRE When You’re a Million Short.

Marilyn is currently working with the Real Estate Wealth Expo, offering businesses the way to meet face-to-face with thousands of potential new clients at exciting events in different cities.

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