IF YOU GO
What: She: An Expo for Women
When: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. July 27; noon-6 p.m. July 28
Where: Chattanooga Convention Center, 1 Carter Plaza
Admission: $12 online, $15 at the door. Limited VIP tickets for meet-and-greet available
Website: For tickets or more information, go to www.timesfreepress.com/she
Caroline Manzo, of the Bravo TV series "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," is coming to Chattanooga on July 28 to share hard-learned advice at She: An Expo for Women.
Manzo will talk about family, success and life when she visits with mothers and wives at the annual expo sponsored by the Chattanooga Times Free Press. Manzo is noted as being loyal, family-oriented, hard-working, successful and holding together a happy family in her role on Bravo's hit show.
Manzo released a book of her techniques for successful living, "Let Me Tell You Something," in March.
Chattanooga Times Free Press President and General Manager Jason Taylor said Manzo has a lot to offer Southeastern women who come out to She.
"We're very excited to bring Caroline to this year's She event," Taylor said when Manzo's appearance was confirmed. "She's a wife, mother, sister, friend, businesswoman, and we feel many women will appreciate and relate to her message."
Taylor said Manzo stands out for her positive traits among the series' oft-quarreling cast.
"She's known for her strong family values, honesty, loyalty," Taylor said.
Manzo's professional biography calls her "the epitome of a strong New Jersey woman" and says she is "[o]ften described as a feisty spitfire."
On top of wrangling her family of five, Manzo supports a handful of charity organizations, including Stop Child Trafficking Now, Citizens Reunited to Overcome Cancer, Wounded Warriors Project and Best Friends Animal Society.
In addition, she works with The PG Chambers School, a New Jersey school dedicated to children with learning and physical disabilities.
Manzo joins an all-star lineup that includes the breakout A&E network "Duck Dynasty" series' Miss Kay, matriarch of a family of men who hit the big time with their world-famous hunting gear, as well as Katherine and Sophie, sisters who operate the ultra-successful Georgetown Cupcake in Washington, D.C.
The sisters abandoned careers in venture capitalism and fashion to star in TLC's hit show "DC Cupcakes," where they crank out sweets in the capital. The sisters have co-written several books and have been featured across the national television landscape.
Contact staff writer Alex Green at 423-757-731 or email@example.com.
Alex joined the Times Free Press staff full-time in January 2014 as a region business reporter. He is a native of Dayton, Tenn., located 35 miles north of Chattanooga, and he is a fifth-generation Dayton native. Alex came to the Times Free Press as an editorial intern in July 2013. He was previously a correspondent at The Herald-News, located in Dayton, through college and editor-in-chief of the Triangle, Bryan College's student-led media group. Alex was ...
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