Women’s Exchange Group – “Be Prepared” is not just a motto

Michelle Miller from Damsel in Defense will be speaking at the Women’s Exchange meeting in February. Come prepared to laugh a lot while you learn a lot. W.E. is about exploring women’s interests while meeting new friends.

Michelle Miller from Damsel in Defense will be speaking at the Women’s Exchange meeting in February. Come prepared to laugh a lot while you learn a lot. W.E. is about exploring women’s interests while meeting new friends.

Sherrian Beagle

Did you know that “Be Prepared” is not just a motto – it’s an action! Just ask Michelle Miller, the Damsel Pro, from Damsel in Defense. The Damsel in Defense Company is about equipping women with the tools that not only keep them safe, but also gives them the confidence to know that they have a way to protect themselves if they feel threatened. Whether you are at home or traveling, running or celebrating downtown with the girls, Damsel in Defense has the products and fact-based education that can and does save lives (2015, Damsel In Defense). We are very excited about their affordable and adorable line of products. Michelle heard about Damsel in Defense after attending a military function in Prescott, AZ around January of 2014. Upon hearing the vendor share her passion for Damsel in Defense and their products, she knew this was not a typical sales company. After a little research and much prayer, she decided to come on board in hopes of helping lead woman and children to resources that could help protect them. She started with Damsel in March of 2014 and has been busy ever since with home parties, football games, vendor events and speaking engagements, even on the radio at KFNX Talk Radio 1100.

Damsel in Defense is a fairly new company that is just over four years old. The mission they have (Equip.Empower.Educate) and the products they offer truly meet the needs of our world today. Michelle strives to educate women of all ages in the important topic of self-defense. She is an enjoyable, energetic and knowledgeable speaker. See you at the Women’s Exchange meeting! W.E. is about food, fun, fellowship and connecting women while also helping homeless women.

When: Thursday, February 25; 6:30 p.m. Greet and Eat Snack Bar; 7:00 p.m. W.E. meeting

Where: Cottonwood Country Club, Room A-8, 25630 S. Brentwood Dr., 85248

Cost: $10 per person or $5 with a snack/appetizer/dessert to share. (Food must be store bought snack in original package). Funds go to help homeless women.

Reservations are required by February 15 please. Space is limited to 35.

For more information contact Facilitator Sherrian Beagle at 480-895-1538; e-mail [email protected]