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The Day of Empowerment National Tour is designed to strengthen communities across the country by strengthening and empowering women.  Women will receive information, tools, strategies, and support to find their unique balance, build their confidence and self-esteem, and help them to discover their passion and purpose. In addition, women will learn how to maximize their unique gifts, talents, strengths and abilities to accomplish their goals and live their best life!

Each Day of Empowerment will take place on a Saturday from 10 AM – 3 PM. The day will be jam-packed with activities, motivating and transformational  speakers, hands-on workshops, panel discussions, fabulous networking, light and healthy refreshments, and FUN!


What Makes the Day of Empowerment Different?

This is not your typical women’s conference where women come to listen to people talk and take notes. This is a day with Your Sisterfriends! The Day of Empowerment is designed to be inspirational, interactive, informative and fun. Our innovative concept features several mini-workshops, which we like to call “shots” (short and powerful). Each workshop is designed to inform and challenge women and propel them to new heights. Women will laugh, dance, and maybe even learn a new language! There will be exhibits and give-a-ways. Women will have the opportunity to meet and network with other women and to become part of a powerful national network. But most importantly, women will leave the day empowered and equipped with real strategies and tools that they can implement that day to begin making positive changes in their life.

The Day of Empowerment is designed for women of all races, and cultural backgrounds!


All women ages 24-65. Specifically, women who are seeking to discover or rediscover their passion and purpose, uncover their gifts and talents, change careers or industries, start their own businesses, move to their next level of success, or start the next phase of their lives. Women who have had setbacks, obstacles, life experiences and situations that have derailed or interrupted their path to success. Women who want to move beyond their issues with limiting beliefs, lack of self-confidence, or low self-esteem. Women who need support to accomplish their goals and live their dreams.


National sponsorship and advertising opportunities are available as well as local opportunities in each city. Companies, organizations and individuals can participate in the following ways:

  • National Sponsorship (Title Sponsor and multi-levels of sponsorship and recognition)
  • In-Kind Donations and Services for registration bags, give-a-ways, and door prizes
  • Advertisement in event Keepsake Workbook for each participant
  • Exhibit/Display Space at event

How can we help you reach or expand your Target Audience?
Businesses and community organizations have a unique marketing opportunity through YourSisterfriendss and The Day of Empowerment to reach and come face-to-face with a highly targeted market of women including three of the fastest growing cultural markets (African-Americans, Hispanic/Latino-Americans, and Asian/Pacific Islander-Americans). You will have the opportunity to meet these women face-to-face, promote your brand, services, products and ultimately develop a lasting consumer relationship.

We offer a broad range of sponsorship and advertising opportunities in the following areas:

  • Print
  • Social Media
  • Website
  • Event Marketing

General advertising rates range from $300 to $2000. National sponsorship opportunities range from $2,500 to $25,000.
Contact us to request a copy of our local advertising and exhibitor rates. National sponsorship packages are customized to fit your needs, goals, and budget. Please contact us for a customized package. For additional questions and information about advertising and sponsorship opportunities e-mail us at info@YourSisterfriends.com or call 614-653-6684!

Cross-Cultural Marketing Opportunities are Available – Reach diverse women audiences including African-American Women, Hispanic/Latino-American Women, and Asian /Pacific Islander-American Women