Eldonna Lewis Fernandez
The Adventures of Pink Biker Chic - Day 3 & 4 Carson City
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The Adventures of Pink Biker Chic – Carson City NV Days 3 and 4
These were the main days of the conference. Friday and Saturday. I had a workshop both days plus book signings and a booth to set up.
We headed over to the venue a little before 7am and found a cart to load up and roll things in. We got the booth set up complete with PINK canopy and PINK carpet. We were set up right across from Design Wraps who had a stock of my jewels in case I ran out. I had a wide array of products, my Pink Biker Chic clothing line including shirts, tanks, headwraps and headbands plus belts and brackets and my book Heart of a Military Woman.
The two days saw a lot of connections with many amazing women and reconnection with old friends. See interview below with a couple of fun ladies who have been riding alot of years and alot of miles:
I taught 2 Power of PINK workshops which had a fun twist that the participants didn’t expect. I started with the GoPINK Rules of Engagement and got the class into an exercise for Rule #1 – turn negative self talk to powerful self talk. While they were doing the exercise, I slipped away and then Pink Diamonds showed up about ¼ way into the class to take them through Rule #$ - Have Fun!
See photos from the class. They definitely had some fun! Friday night was a ride out to Virginia City for a BBQ and street party. I was impressed with the healthier food selection available for the meals. After dinner there was a group photo and a local police rider put on a “ride like a pro” type of show and then he and a lady rider on a Road Glide had a slow bike race.
We all made our way back to Carson City as it started to get dark. I ran into a few people and chatted here and there, then turned in for the night.
Up early again on Saturday for an 8am workshop which was very well attended. I think some of them heard about Pink Diamonds and came to have some fun. She was a hit once again as the pictures below tell the story. The majority of the day was spent in the booth doing interviews and meeting with people. The interviews will be showcased In the News. I did manage to schedule myself a 30 min massage as did Nancy and it was well worth it. The day wrapped up with a final celebration dinner in the pavilion just across from the conference venue. Once again the food was very good and we got to hear from some amazing women in the industry.
The day wound to a close and Sunday turned out to be a short day as msny people were packing up early to head home. We started to break down slowly around noon and by 2:30ish we were rolling out. By that time most of the vendors were gone and the parking lot was pretty empty. Nancy and I headed over to the Firkin and Fox to have lunch before going our separate ways. She headed home while I headed to Napa for Loral’s Alumni Event.
See photo’s below from the AMA International Women & Motorcycling Conference.