Will you accept this rose? That’s right ladies…meet The Bachelor heartthrob Sean Lowe at the Southern Women’s Show!
After falling for Emily Maynard last season on The Bachelorette, Sean knows the time is right for him to make the ultimate commitment to the right woman and to start his own family, as he stars in the next edition of ABC’s hit romance reality series, The Bachelor, which premieres January 7, 2013.
Sean, 28, a successful Dallas businessman and entrepreneur, totally charmed Bachelor Nation when he pranked Emily on his hometown date, fooling her into thinking initially that he still lived at home with his parents. This sincere, reliable all-American guy is confident that he will find his soul mate and a lasting, love-filled relationship this time on The Bachelor.
A real romantic, Sean loves to make a woman feel special and, as a life-long Texan, he holds Southern values close to his heart. He wants to propose once, be married once and live a faithful family life.
The 6’3” bachelor went to Kansas State on a full football scholarship and as a linebacker was part of the 2003 Big 12 Conference Championship Team. Sean also received a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Science. Although he started off his career in finance, he followed in his father’s footsteps in the insurance industry before committing to his new enterprise, owning and running an upscale, custom furniture business.
Meet Sean on the Fashion & Entertainment Stage at 1:30pm on Friday, February 15. He will greet fans and sign autographs until 5pm.
Click here to register to win VIP tickets to meet Sean before he goes on stage and get front row seats, courtesy of Savannah Morning News!
Meet Danielle Knox from The Balancing Act! Award-winning journalist Danielle Knox has a vast range of experience anchoring and reporting for TV stations throughout the country. The Berkeley, California native graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a B.A. in Mass Communications and received her Master's degree in Radio and Television from San Francisco State University.
Currently, Danielle is co-host of The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television. She also owns her own skin and hair care company, Play Pretty Beauty. She is married with 3 beautiful little boys who inspire her every day. Of the show, Danielle says, “I’m a wife and working mother trying to balance it all. The Balancing Act speaks to me and what’s happening in my life right now. It’s a perfect fit.”
Visit Danielle at The Balancing Act Pavilion and share your secrets on how you balance your busy life. Enjoy interactive exhibits, register for prizes and attend educational workshops at The Balancing Act Stage!
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Orchid Paulmeier, finalist on The Next Food Network Star, Season 7 Owning a restaurant was always part of “Mama” Orchid Paulmeier’s American Dream. Growing up in a Filipino family in Chicago, Orchid learned the secrets of the kitchen early, picking up the fundamentals from her mother and grandmother. Orchid opened One Hot Mama’s, a SERG Group restaurant, handpicking the menu and mixing up all of the signature sauces herself. Blending time-tested Southern favorites like collards, cornbread and slow-cooked barbecue with her own homespun recipes, One Hot Mama’s serves up “comfort food with a kick.” Orchid auditioned for and won a slot on season seven of The Next Food Network Star. Her culinary creations were praised by the judges and she was consistently one of the leaders in the fan vote. The spotlight didn’t change Orchid’s priorities: Family, friends and food. Because nothing tastes better than that.
Orchid will be on the Cooking Stage Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 12:30pm!
Michelle Rubrecht, Savannah’s Savvy Shopper Savannah’s favorite coupon clipper is coming to the show! She will be appearing on the Seminar Stage daily, attend her workshops and enter to win a $50 Kroger shopping spree with the Savvy Shopper!
Learn great money saving tips Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11:30am!
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Cooking for Couples with Chef Warren Caterson Warren Caterson is the author of Table for Two – The Cookbook for Couples, the perfect cookbook for young couples, empty nesters, and everyone in between. His cookbook features over 235 recipes made with fresh and readily available ingredients, dinner can be on the table in well under an hour, with a minimum of leftovers. He will demonstrate a temptingly delicious platter piled high with time-saving kitchen tips, helpful cooking hints, and recipes for two – all served with a side of garlic-infused humor and a steaming bowl of buffoonery.
See Warren on the Cooking Stage Friday and Saturday at 2:30 and Sunday at 3:30!
Local 700 Kitchen Chef, Darin Sehnert Chef Darin Sehnert was raised in southern California where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in hotel and restaurant management from California State Polytechnic University. Chef Darin joined the opening team of the Mansion on Forsyth Park, a boutique hotel located in Savannah’s historic district, as the director and chef of 700 Kitchen Cooking School. The school offers hands-on personal enrichment (recreational) cooking classes for the public. Since January 2008, 700 Kitchen has been rated one of the top “Things to Do” in Savannah and #1 for Attractions in the US by the users of Tripadvisor.com.
Join Chef Darin on the Cooking Stage at 11:30 and 4:30 on Saturday!
Baptized in Sweet Tea Veteran Southern writer Ken Burger has turned his daily news columns into a witty & insightful book filled with unforgettable images, incidents and characters from all aspects of Southern culture. ‘Baptized in Sweet Tea’ commemorates all that Ken loves about the South. This book is for an older southerner who longs to remember… for a younger southerner who’s only heard tell… even for a non-southerner who simply had no idea. There are words of wisdom here, but also prayers of confession. There is humor and pathos, but never too much of either, always just enough. While he may have been baptized in sweet tea, Burger’s essays are steeped in a bittersweet nostalgia for a way of life that’s passing into memory… and a reverence for those timeless qualities that abide. This sweet tea goes down easily.
Come see Ken on the Balancing Act Stage Friday at 12:30pm & 3:00pm and Saturday at 4:30pm.
Know B4 You Go Jenny Lynn Anderson, author of Room 939: 15 Minutes of Horror, 20 Years of Healing, offers life-saving travel tips for women traveling solo based on surviving a robbery and sexual assault in a hotel while on a business trip at age 27. An inspirational speaker, Jenny Lynn empowers women of all ages to KNOW B4 YOU GO.
See her on The Balancing Act Stage Friday at 2:30 and Sunday at 3:30!