FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) – Women of all ages flocked to the Coliseum Saturday for the Women’s Expo, including second grader Chloe Bradley and her grandma, Janice Bradley.
Bradley owns Perfect 10 Salon and Boutique in Avilla, Indiana.
She also takes her business on the road for shows and expos with her ‘Perfect Chic Mobile Boutique.’ It’s a trailer she uses to transport her items for sale, and it even has two changing rooms for customers to try on clothes.
Bradley also brings her granddaughters with her, who take turns helping out. They also make the flower halos that she sells and each purchase goes towards their college fund.
“I really want to help ingrain in them that hard work pays off,” she said.
It’s an opportunity for them to work together, learn how to count money and develop good manors, Bradley said.
What means the most to her granddaughters, is the quality time they get to spend with their grandma.
“I just like selling stuff and hanging out with her,” Chloe Bradley said.
Bradley says she’s attended the annual Women’s Expo for about four years.
“Since I have a salon, I’ve been working with women for thirty some years, and I just love empowering others, help build them up and help them make decisions that make them feel more confident and have fun at the same time,” Bradley said. “I mean it’s like playing dress up every single day.”
She focuses on three styles: Christian, Country and Chic, she said.
The 13th annual Women’s Expo at the Coliseum wrapped up Saturday night.