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Co-Parenting 101 at Parenting Expo - Pittsburgh!

 Monroeville Convention Center, March 8 & 9, 2014

We’re pleased to be presenting a co-parenting workshop at Parenting Expo Pittsburgh on March 8!  The Expo is a 5-city, weekend-long event featuring ideas, advice, and new products for parents, and it’s kicking off in Pittsburgh at the Monroeville Convention Center.  We’ll be there to talk about helping kids not only survive divorce, but thrive in 2 households. And we’ll have signed copies of our book Co-Parenting 101: Helping Your Kids Thrive in Two Households After Divorce available for purchase.

We’ll be presenting at 4:15 on Saturday, but check out the full schedule of Parenting Expo speakers and exhibitors here, and you can buy tickets here. Kids are welcome at Parenting Expo, and kids under 14 are admitted free.  Parents, grandparents, caregivers and educators will have an opportunity to receive up-to-date information on what’s important to them right now – from prenatal care to raising teens. In addition, attendees will walk away with meaningful coupons, giveaways, goody bags full of products from exhibitors, and opportunities to win prizes throughout the Expo.

Courtesy of Parenting Expo and Blue Sky Events, we’re giving away complimentary passes to the Expo in Pittsburgh to 10 winners.  Each winner can claim up to FOUR passes.  

There are 3 ways to enter to win:

1. Leave a comment or question about the Expo in the comments section here.

2. Tweet about the Expo. Make sure to use @coparenting101 and use the hashtag #ParentingExpo.

3. Post on Facebook about the Expo and tag or link to our Facebook page:

10 winners will be announced here, on Facebook, and on Twitter between now and March 1st.

We look forward to seeing you at Parenting Expo Pittsburgh!

Not in or near Pittsburgh? Parenting Expo and Co-Parenting 101 are also coming to Cleveland, Columbus (OH), Cincinnati, and Indianapolis. Details here.


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