Raleigh, NC, January 29, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Lana Calloway, president of Exhibit Resources (www.exhibitresources.com), a full-service exhibit design agency, has announced that the firm has donated an exhibit to the Women’s Center of Wake County to be used in promotions and fundraising for the organization. Calloway serves on the board of directors for the Women’s Center and recently chaired a benefit dinner for the Women’s Center at Raleigh’s Caffe Luna in September. The Women’s Center of Wake County is a nonprofit organization that provides an array of services to low-income and homeless women and children. Services include: providing basic needs, such as food, clothing, personal care items, laundry vouchers and lockers for the homeless; providing supportive services, such as domestic-law legal clinics, attorney hotlines, free HIV and STD testing and counseling, and financial assistance and crisis counseling; and affordable housing services, such as an on-staff housing specialist and Epiphany House. For more information, visit www.wcwc.org.
“We are pleased to announce that we are donating an exhibit to the Women’s Center of Wake County,” said Calloway. “Having been actively involved with the organization for several years, I have seen firsthand how the agency improves women’s lives and we are proud to support them in their efforts.”
About Exhibit Resources:
Exhibit Resources, Inc. is a full-service exhibit design agency based in Raleigh, N.C. The company provides total trade show management, including the design, construction and installation of trade show exhibits for clients locally, nationally and internationally. In addition to custom corporate interiors, Exhibit Resources offers an extensive line of modular, portable and tabletop displays; warehousing and storage; refurbishment; and turnkey show logistics management. For more information, please call 919-832-4700 or visit the Web site at www.exhibitresources.com.
About The Women’s Center of Wake County:
The Women's Center of Wake County was founded in 1977 as a grass roots movement to meet the needs of women re-entering the community from prison. Over the course of those 30-plus years, the Center has responded to the changing needs of women, expanding and providing services as indicated by the women in our community. Over the past 12 years, the Center has shifted focus in response to the most critical needs of women, addressing the growing issue of homelessness for women with children and single women. The board, staff and direct service volunteers have become strong advocates and service providers for those who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. For more information, please call (919) 829-3711 or visit www.wcwc.org.
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