MUST-READ: Southern Women's Show Survival Tips!
I go to the Southern Women's Show every year, and I've learned some things that make it a lot more fun!
Please share with your friends who are going, and if you have tips, please email them to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comfortable shoes! (Keep in mind you may want to try on shoes while you're there, so make sure they're easy to get on and off)
Cash. Some vendors don't take cards, and it'll save you an ATM fee (and a long walk) if you have it with you, rather than having to go get cash.
Aspirin or painkiller. Someone's likely to need them.
WHEN YOU PARK:
Some machines make you enter the first numbers/letters of your car tag before it prints out a parking receipt. Look at that tag before you walk all the way to the pay kiosk.
Jot down or repeat to yourself the nearest intersection, look at where you are, and say it out loud to yourself or send yourself a text with that info. You WON'T feel like walking around, looking for your car after a few hours on your feet.
TIPS ONLY REPEAT SWS ATTENDEES KNOW!
-Empty the extra stuff out of your purse or leave it locked away in your trunk. You won't want to carry that extra weight.
It'll seem like it weighs a million pounds after hours of walking around, carrying it.
It's easy to be distracted, looking at everything, so remember common courtesy is appreciated: try not to block the aisles, don't cut in line, and say, "please" and, "thank you."
Remember to look for our Mix 92.9 tent and come say, "Hi!" to us!