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Finances De•mys•ti•fied Turns One in Style!


November 22, 2013 – In honor of Finances De•mys•ti•fied turning one, owner Dominique Broadway celebrated her company’s first year at the swanky Park at Fourteenth.  This private event allowed guests to not only congratulate Ms. Broadway on a successful first year, but also ask financial questions in an informal setting.  The event featured signature Finances De•mys•ti•fied drinks, including the Student Loan Debt Killer and Roth IRA cocktails!  Over the past year, Finances De•mys•ti•fied has encouraged young professionals and entrepreneurs to discuss the sometimes sensitive topic by making it fun and trendy, while still educational.

Ms. Broadway shared information about her company in a moving speech that expressed her gratitude for her clients and supporters.  Finances De•mys•ti•fied has helped its clients achieve financial freedom by providing guides to building wealth and stability.  Ms. Broadway also shared her company’s most recent success, which was being the grand prize winner of ELEVATE by Fairfield, in which her company won a $5,000 grant!  To conclude the celebration, guests enjoyed delicious Finances De•mys•ti•fied-themed cupcakes from Kakewalk Cupcakes!

Special thanks to our event sponsors: Passport 7 Co., Simply Kashonna, Luv Mineral Cosmetics, Avon representative Denisha Cunningham, C.O.O.K.I.E., and L.O.V.E. International Network!

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