Colorado Women’s Chamber hosts The “Thrift Talk” Diva
CWCC News Release
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America’s “Thrift Talk” Diva to Speak at CWCC North Luncheon
DENVER – January, 2011 Barb Tobias, professional speaker and author of Tossed and Found will share insights about thrifty living, business, motivation, and lifestyle at the CWCC North Luncheon on February 3, 2011. The luncheon will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Oracle, 500 El Dorado Blvd., Building 1, Conference Center 1, Broomfield, CO 80021.
Sponsored by Mountain States Employers Council, the cost is $28 for members and $38 for non-members and walk-ins. Attendees can register online at www.cwcc.org.
Barb Tobias, America’s “Thrift Talk” Diva, is an admitted thrift-aholic. This veteran radio and TV personality has travelled the nation in her search for fabulously frugal finds. Barb is an inspiring speaker and coach who renovates lives, homes, and wardrobes by sticking her curious nose into other people’s “thrifty business.” After a lifetime of transforming trash into treasure, this savvy mistress of thrift shares her secrets to finding deals, repurposing before tossing, reconstructing the tattered and renewing things others view as passé.
In addition to making numerous T.V. and radio appearances, she is the author of Tossed & Found: Where Frugal is Chic, which discloses the secrets to purchasing, purging and profiting from thrift.
“Barb Tobias brings fun, humor and innovative ideas to her entertaining and thought provoking stage. She is undeniably the mistress of innovation and insight; identifying and overcoming the obstacles that plague us all”.
~Orvell Ray Wilson, The Guerrilla Group: Professional Speaker
About the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce
Since its creation in 1988, The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CWCC) has played a significant role in growing business in Colorado. The CWCC was one of the nation’s first chamber of commerce focused on creating a successful economic community for women in business. With more than 1,300 active members, the CWCC is currently one of the largest women’s chambers in the nation. With the mission of creating an environment and the resources conducive to our members’ business success, the CWCC is a premier organization that provides opportunities and visibility for women in business through relationship development, education, mentorship, partnership and alliances. CWCC provides many opportunities to become more involved and build relationships. For more information on the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, call 303-458-0220, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.cwcc.org.