Nominations Open for Most Dynamic Boomer Diva Awards
Daytona Beach, Florida March 04, 2008 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) BAM Enterprises is now accepting nominations for women who have made a remarkable difference in their own lives or in the lives of others. Any woman who is 40-plus is eligible.
Beverly Mahone, whose company is sponsoring the event, says the Most Dynamic Baby Boomer Diva Awards are also designed to spotlight women who represent what it means to age with grace, dignity and style. “We’re not looking for glamour gals. We want women who represent a “spiritual” beauty, while they are on the move and making a difference.” Twelve deserving women will be honored during a luncheon at the Hilton Oceanfront Resort in Daytona Beach, FL on Saturday, April 19, 2008. The categories are:
Best Boomer Advocate: woman who has committed her time and energy to furthering the cause of baby boomers. It could be through writing, public speaking, business, etc.
Author: woman who achieved success in 2007 as a baby boomer author.
Mompreneur: woman who has juggled motherhood and her career successfully.
Health & Wellness: woman who is a leader in furthering the health and wellness agenda.
Advocate for Seniors: woman or organization promoting the agenda for senior citizens.
Motivational: woman who demonstrates inspirational leadership.
Fabulous after 40: woman who has turned 40 into the "new 20".
The Overcomer: woman who has overcome numerous obstacles on her road to success.
Home Based Business: woman who turned her hobby or passion into a successful home-based business.
Most active in the community: woman who has a reputation for volunteering her time to serve others.
The Caregiver: woman who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in dealing with her aging parents.
The Million Dollar Diva: woman who achieved tremendous financial success in her business in 2007. It could be in real estate, sales, beauty consulting, etc.
The luncheon is part of the First Annual Baby Boomer Girlfriends Weekend Getaway, which will consist of empowerment workshops, pamper me mini-spas, entertainment and fun contests. The weekend will also include the taping of a Town Hall Meeting by PBS Station WCEU-TV where women will have the opportunity to voice their concerns about the issues they face at midlife and beyond.