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Something for everyone at expo

Hannah Maughan is assisted by UnderCoverWear manager Julie Pratt at the expo.
Hannah Maughan is assisted by UnderCoverWear manager Julie Pratt at the expo.

IF ALL the grunt of tractors, quad bikes, mowers and other agricultural equipment is not your cup of tea, then there is still plenty on show for the women at AgroTrend.

Moore Park mother Hannah Maughan was pleasantly surprised when she visited the field day with her children yesterday.

"There is UnderCoverWear and a few other craft stalls," she said.

"There is plenty to keep me entertained."

At UnderCoverWear's stall, silver manager Julie Pratt said they were preparing for their biggest day today with a fashion parade at 11.30am.

"We have all different sizes of girls because we wanted to represent our range," she said.

UnderCoverWear stocks sizes from 6 to 22. Ms Pratt said pieces would be available to try on and catalogues also available.

Cosmetic giant Mary Kay is also offering women a five-minute makeover and a satin hands demonstration.

Mary Kay consultant Toni Dunshea said, because of their positioning, they had been going around the grounds and talking to people about Mary Kay.

"We are starting to generate an interest," she said.

 

GIRL STUFF

Mary Kay Cosmetics

UnderCoverWear fashion

Metal as Anything garden ornaments

Craft stalls

Avoca Garden Centre

Dreampots

Wonbah Winery Wine Tasting

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