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5W Public Relations Hosts Exclusive Beauty & Wellness Industry Event
Date:2/18/2008

NEW YORK, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- 5W Public Relations, named the fastest growing PR agency in the U.S., announced today that it will host its annual "Body Beautiful Media Symposium," showcasing exclusive consumer brands from 5W's Health & Beauty Division and beyond. The event is being held on Tuesday, April 22nd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Providence, located at 311 West 57th Street, across from the Hearst building and near the Time Warner Center.

This invitation only educational portal will give the industry elite an inside look of what's to be expected in the beauty and wellness realm as we enter the most body conscious season of the year, summer 2008. The morning and afternoon at Providence will feature editors, producers, marketing executives, buyers and celebrities perusing the best in health & beauty products and services. Media attending will range from news magazines to celebrity weeklies and high-end glossy publications, to top-tier daily papers focusing on beauty, health, and consumer interests.

"The health & beauty market is combined the biggest interest among consumers and 5W has a strong foothold in servicing this market information to the media and key marketing decision makers," says Ronn Torossian, 5W Public Relations Founder, President and CEO. "5W has had its finger on the pulse of what's new - from the latest trends in plastic surgery to over the top spa treatments; the media looks to us for tomorrow's news in health and beauty."

5W Public Relations successfully launched Body Beautiful Media Symposium in 2007 at Rockefeller Center due to the increasing demand for brands to access editors, celebrities and influencers. The event boasted attendees including Avon, Cornelia Day Resort, La Prairie, The Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa, Arrojo Studio, Chefs Diet, Borghese, Alaur Skin Sollutions, Sephora, New London Pharmacy, among many others; as well as media coverage from People Magazine, Elle, The Today Show, Vogue, Cosmopolit
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