Why? Cleveland Go Red for Women Luncheon!

February is dedicated by the American Heart Association as a month to draw attention to the prevalence of heart disease in women and to educate about prevention and treatment.

The Cleveland chapter of the American Heart Association is hosting the Cleveland Go Red for Women Luncheon on Friday, February 2 at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.


The Luncheon focuses on three areas: heightening awareness of heart disease in women; creating a passionate call to action; and generating funds to support education and research.

Aside from enjoying a heart-healthy lunch and an inspiring presentation themed “Everyone Plays a Role,” attendees will also be able to enjoy a wellness fair with health testing, trivia and education, giveaways, a silent auction, and more.

In preparing for the Luncheon, I headed to CVS, one of the sponsors of the national Go Red for Women sponsors, to pick up some red lipstick and nail polish.

Not only could I find a wide variety of beauty products to get me looking good on the outside for this ladies’ Luncheon, but I could also find health and wellness products to get me feeling good inside too.

I snagged a variety of lip colors, from matte lipsticks to long-wear glosses. I’ll be running to the ladies room to switch my lip look throughout the Luncheon!


Red is such a fabulous power color and is the perfect choice for an event that focuses on women taking power over their own health!

If you’d like to join me at the Cleveland Go Red for Women Luncheon, tickets can be purchased online for $250. Either way, remember to sport your red in February and help raise awareness of heart disease in women!

***Disclosure: I was asked by the Cleveland American Heart Association to help promote the Cleveland Goes Red Luncheon. In exchange, I received a CVS gift card to shop for makeup and a complimentary ticket to the event. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***



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