Empowered women empower women through mind, body and soul makeover contest

Six like-minded businesses have pooled their services to create a special giveaway for one lucky lady in the Comox Valley.

Local photographer Lisa Graham, owner of Seadance Photography, reached out to collaborate with five other women who are in the business of empowering women.

“Each of us offers a service or product that directly relates to the improved self-esteem for the women who are our patrons.” said Graham.

Together, the six women have put together a gift package of products and services that, when used consecutively, establish a complete mind, body and soul make-over.

The gift package is worth over $1,000.

“It’s easy to lose pieces of ourselves over time. This prize is guaranteed to put oneself back on track,” said Graham.

The idea behind this initiative came because of a self improvement journey Graham embarked on in 2018. Through this process she met other women who were on the same path.

She decided to create something designed to re-charge and revamp another woman. “This is a chance to hit the re-set button and change your path with a little boost from us,” said Graham.

The winner will receive a C.I.R.C.L.E.S. program to lay the foundation for powerful and lasting change from Integrated Life Strategies, a one month pass for two at Curves Comox (plus more goodies), a pair of Oofoos clogs to speed the post exercise recovery from Pavia Shoe Co., followed by a beauty makeover at Scorpios Hair Salon and Shelby Lynn Makeup Artistry, ending with a glamour session with Seadance Photography.

The winner will be announced on International Women’s Day — March 8th, 2018 — on the sponsors’ Facebook pages.

To enter the draw, go to goo.gl/ExRsFr and explain why you — or a woman you are nominating — should receive this fabulous makeover.

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