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ATLANTA'S PREMIERE LGBTQ EXPO


Sunday, April 30th 2017  |  11am - 5pm
Ebster Recreation Center, 105 Electric Ave, Decatur GA

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ATLANTA'S PREMIERE LGBTQ EXPO


Sunday, April 30th 2017  |  11am - 5pm
Ebster Recreation Center, 105 Electric Ave, Decatur GA

Discover and support local LGBTQ-friendly businesses at the Rainbow Expo 2017!

Featuring LGBTQ-owned & friendly businesses, service providers, artists, craftsmen, and MORE! 

Learn about local businesses & services who support equality for everyone.  Shop locally made products, sample delicious food and drink, meet inspiring authors, admire local art, enjoy live music, Silent Auction and MORE!  This is a family-friendly event with activities for adults and kids!

PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT Lost-n-Found Youth!

 
 
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Meet our hosts

Tom Sullivan - 12pm to 2pm

An Atlanta native, Tom Sullivan entered radio immediately upon leaving high school where he landed the job as "Quixie Quacker” for one of America’s greatest radio stations, 79 WQXI. Tom hosted every show on WQXI then worked his way over to 94-Q(WQXI-FM) eventually landing the night show on the revamped Star 94 FM (WSTR-FM.)  It was during this time Tom discovered Ryan Seacrest.  Tom’s personality allowed him to easily transition to the morning show with Steve McCoy and Vikki Locke where he entertained the masses on their morning commute.  While working in radio Tom became a host on NBC Television’s “Atlanta & Company”, a daily one hour show.  www.TomOnAir.com

Melissa Carter - 2pm to 4pm

Melissa Carter has been in Atlanta radio for 20 years, and is currently the Host of "Tad & Melissa Morning Show" on B98.5.  She is also a columnist for the GA Voice.  Carter served as the first out morning radio personality in Atlanta, and one of the first in the country.  She also just published a children's book, called "Whale of An Idea," which is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.  Carter underwent a life-saving kidney transplant in 2002 and later established the Melissa Carter Transplant Fund at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta.  www.MelissaTimes.com

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Become an Exhibitor


Grow your business, attract new customers, and interact with other local LGBTQ-friendly businesses.

** Reserve your booth TODAY and take advantage of our Early Bird Pricing! **

Reserve Your Booth Today

Become an Exhibitor


Grow your business, attract new customers, and interact with other local LGBTQ-friendly businesses.

** Reserve your booth TODAY and take advantage of our Early Bird Pricing! **

Reserve Your Booth Today

Become an Exhibitor

Rainbow Expo is currently accepting applications for exhibitors and vendors for 2017!

Any LGBTQ-owned OR friendly business may apply!

Your business will be seen by the large weekend crowd in beautiful Downtown DecaturUse this opportunity to build your business, sell your products, attract new customers/clients, promote your non-profit, and more!

Choose between an indoor OR outdoor booth!

We provide professional tables, table coverings, chairs, and tents (for outdoor)...all you have to bring is yourself, your product, and any display props you'd like to use!

Become a Sponsor

We have a variety of sponsorship opportunities to fit any budget!

Show your support of the local LGBTQ community and attract new customers! You'll also be giving back and helping homeless LGBTQ youth!

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Join Us


Attend Rainbow Expo 2017!
FREE ADMISSION!

Optional: Donation at the door, benefit Lost-n-Found Youth.

Join Us


Attend Rainbow Expo 2017!
FREE ADMISSION!

Optional: Donation at the door, benefit Lost-n-Found Youth.

About Lost-n-found youth

Rainbow Expo 2017 is proud to partner with Lost-n-Found Youth, an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to take homeless LGBTQ youths up to age 25 off the street and transition them into more permanent housing.  There are an estimated 1,200 LGBTQ homeless youth in the Atlanta area, and the number is growing every day.  Most have been rejected by their families and kicked out of their home because of their sexual identity or gender expression.

A portion of the proceeds from the Rainbow Expo will be donated to Lost-n-Found Youth.  Learn more...